Vocal Genius

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Friday 25 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike

How many films and cartoons over the years have we all seen? Now consider all the character voices, and distinctive they all are. In this cracking video, you see one man, Brian Hull, a 22-year-old vocal performance major at Dallas Baptist University, use 21 different character voices from Disney & Pixar creations.

First, listen but do not watch, and you’ll be amazed it’s just one guy.

Then watch and focus on Brian, his facial expressions as he leaps into each character is priceless.

Happy Friday Spikey’s

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14 thoughts on “Vocal Genius

  1. cjwild2014 says:

    so much fun!

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  2. Ninna says:

    It’s amazing what some people can! 😮
    Though it’s not exactly the same, I came to think about Jane Horrocks – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Horrocks – who among other things played the lead in “Little voice” and also “Bubble” in Absolutely Fabolous. XD

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  3. Thank you, Uncle Spike, for brightening up my Friday morning! 😀

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  4. fisefton says:

    Reblogged this on Fi's Mutterings and commented:
    I loved this so much that I had to share it. How does one person do so many voices in one song without pausing in between? Amazing!

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  5. fisefton says:

    That was awesome! How does one guy go through so many voices without even a pause?

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  6. Mich-in-French says:

    Absolutely loved this!

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