reduxist
@reduxist

Joined Jun 2015 12 Following9 Followers
About reduxist

Just a nerd looking for a way to break into voice acting! I'm always looking for ways to improve, so feel free to shoot a message for a critique.

Demos & Samples

2019 Demo Reel

Clips from various auditions and completed roles from April 2018 to March 2019.

Video Game Demo Reel

A small collection of roles for video game mods that I have performed in. Specifically, I played the minor NPCs Wallace, Arisen Guard and The Prophet in "South of the Sea", a Fallout 4 mod that is currently in production. I also played Gulvar and Vernon in the award-winning video game mod, "The Forgotten City" for Skyrim, released in 2015.

Online Entertainment Demo Reel

Some roles I have helped play in online entertainment media pieces. I play Aaron McAyres, Zach Sweeney and Mr. Tennyson on the webcomic "Dear Children" and Father Victor Greene in the supernatural mystery podcast "White Noise".

Recommendations
  • @cu-na-saoirse

    I've been working with Reduxist for, probably, the better part of the 2021 now, having been recruited via Twitter from another friend and voice actor of mine. Since then, we've worked together on about 4 projects since, and am currently working on an ongoing audio-reading. The roles he has played for me have differed vastly, from a Zabrak Jedi Guardian to a Sith Infantryman, from a Brotherhood of Steel Paladin to an Escaped Super Mutant Convict, from a moisture farmer to an American Foreign Exchange student who is fluent in English, Japanese, and basic Czech to top it all off. Along the way, I've gauged a lot about him.

    And what I've gauged is this: He's dedicated to his craft, takes pride in his work, guarantees excellence, quick to provide results upon direction, and has many, many, MANY different voices he can apply to the situation (Seriously, he can voice an entire game by himself.)

    He is always willing to improve upon himself as well, as when it came to speaking Czech in the audio reading, he is not fluent nor knowledgeable - but that didn't stop him from learning both meaning and pronunciation behind the words - and an added bonus? He can do an AWESOME Irish accent.

    And since I'm Irish, that's a big deal.

    He's never had an issue with anything I've assigned to him - and I'm known in circles to never shy away from taboo subjects - and has always played his role to the very letter of realism and has brought to life so many characters for me that, honestly, should alone make him a Triple A voice actor were they not fan projects.

    Suffice to say, Reduxist is perhaps one of the greatest voice actors I've ever had the pleasure to work with, and I've worked with many, many, many. Only a stark few have ever entered such greatness in my eyes, and I continue to look forward to our continued cooperation into the future.

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