Maintaining "The Voice"

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Maintaining "The Voice"

Postby The Weary Professor on November 12th, 2011, 5:07 pm

Dear Tom,

I am enjoying your recent Doctor Who work for BBC audio and anxiously await the January debut of your Big Finish recordings. Your voice sounds almost identical to the way it did 35 years ago, which makes it ridiculously easy to time travel. Other beloved Big Finish actors have sadly not fared as well preserving their voices.

Has your golden and honeyed instrument simply aged well, or do you consciously adopt the tones and timbre of your younger self while doing these modern recordings?

Thank you and all best wishes.
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Re: Maintaining "The Voice"

Postby Tom Baker on November 21st, 2011, 10:48 pm

Dear Prof,

The New Year launch of the Big Finish stuff should be a good event. I once lived in Ilford: Vicarage Lane, opposite the Plessey factory. Yes.

Honeyed tones, eh? Well well, and loud honey too they say!

Good luck from Tom
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