Jockolate Mousse Jul 7, 2014 @ 6:28am
Custom Voices
Anyone found good places to get them? An hour of probably unprofessional searching and most are either broken links, over 10 years old and/or performed by ameteur enthusiasts who sound like they put the microphone down their throat before speaking. Except the Guybrush Threepwood one. That's tops.
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BeazelWeasel Jul 7, 2014 @ 1:23pm 
I have no idea, but I'll also throw this here, maybe someone will help : Maybe is there a way to mash together all character voices from all the Infinity Engine games? BG1, BG2, Icewind Dale 1 and Icewind Dalce 2? Since they all feel professional, when combined they should give a hefty number of options to choose from.
Mikael Jul 7, 2014 @ 2:19pm 
It is possible to convert the voices from Icewind Dale, but they must be installed in order to the program to work. Won't be perfect conversions either, since the sets aren't identical. Not that noticeable, though. Can be downloaded from:

Pretty fun to make your own soundsets as well, but it takes quite some time. Me and a friend ripped voices from movies (the cornier the better) when we played together, and it definately adds to the experience hearing Tommy Wiseau and Roddy Piper battling together!
Jockolate Mousse Jul 7, 2014 @ 8:43pm 
Very true, making a Conan the Barbarian one. Voicepacks seem so funny that more would be available. I found before, there was an error with the ads even without Adblock. Won't let you at them until an ad that wont play has finished. I take it you didn't have that problem then?
kleinbecca Jul 8, 2014 @ 4:44am 
When Baldur's Gate was first released, my brothers and me made our own custom voices. We were all kids, so it was hilarious. Gotta find them somehow :-)
Mikael Jul 8, 2014 @ 5:55am 
I haven't had any problem with Maybe a direct link to the program works?

I would also recommend to see if the sound sets are properly balanced as well. The volume are often too low or too loud, especially when it comes to fan-made ones. I remember that there was some good software available for Linux, but I can't remember what it was called. Audacity is my favourite when it comes to Windows, anyway.
Jockolate Mousse Jul 8, 2014 @ 7:37pm 
Direct link didn't work, even tried skipscreen. Ended up having to use Chrome instead of Firefox to get past those smelly ads. Got it now. Did some more checking yet sorcerers seems the only one with any decent supply of content.
goblin tinker Jul 8, 2014 @ 8:10pm 
prepare to be eviscerated, fool
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Date Posted: Jul 7, 2014 @ 6:28am
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