36 Responses to “Audio”

  1. I’m loving the story. The audio book is really well done! Great job Big Bro at being a creeper. Keep it up, all. :)

    • Heh, I know you left this comment a while ago, but I wanted to comment anyway. I’ve been editing your brother’s lines this weekend and I keep having to take breaks because he’s too creepy and it skeeves me out. Before we started this, I really didn’t know he was capable of this level of creepiness!

    • Thank you for the support, but we officially discourage any readers under the age of 16 unless they get, like, a parent to read/listen to Tokyo Demons first. Chapter 6 and up are pretty damn adult. (Almost put a trigger warning on Chapter 6.)

  2. To be honest, when I found out that there was an audio-reading for this, I got really excited because it meant I could listen while I worked on something else that would be otherwise tedious. But when I found out it was not just a reading, but an amazing amalgam of *voice actors* and *sounds*? I just sit with headphones on and this goofy grin on my face while I listen. :D

  3. It’s definitely subtle if you don’t know what you’re listening for — it’s usually the pronunciation of a few particular words that give them away. We made Moonklutz redo a line like 5 times before realizing that’s just how Canadians say the word “blouse.”

  4. It’s how they pronounce words like “sorry,” “about,” and “been.” Once you’ve been around Canadians long enough, you can’t NOT hear it. :)

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