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It isn't often a narration and sound effects can literally make me sick to my stomach. Good job!
I absolutely love Mr. Clement’s voice, I would listen to anything he’s reading!
Loved the story, always love Jeff Clement's narration. 10/10!
You sir, are good. Brillant voice acting. Got me drawn in and then effectively creeped out.
Heard your narration on Chilling Tales for Dark Nights and I had to subscribe
Jeff Clement brings his "triple threat" skills to every audio project. His versatile and authentic voice acting is just the tip of the iceberg. His high quality audio production is a combination of artfully crafted music with superb sound design; all produced with an ear that sets standards higher than most. I have had the pleasure of collaborating with Jeff, appreciating the extra mile to which he goes to make his productions as professional and entertaining as possible.
Every time I see an upload from you guys narrated by Jeff Clement I just HAVE to listen to it... I don't know why, but his voice is so perfect for these, been enjoying this channel for a long time now, but hes still my favorite narrator here :)
I can say with utmost assuredness, that whatever successes I've accomplished on Chilling Tales For Dark Nights, and my own channel, Otis Jiry's Creepypasta Crypt are in no small part due to the excellent production skills of Jeff Clement. Jeff is very meticulous, precise, and has a producer's 'ear' which elevates his productions to a superior level. On top of that, Jeff is an exceptional voice actor in his own right, and a talented musician, often lending his skills to productions with original pieces. When Jeff attacks a project, it's completed to the highest standards
Congratulations! You’re keeping the standards high on all fronts. For what it’s worth, I think “Dust” was one of the best ever.