Took some doing, but I finished a 60-second radio commercial for a local vendor about a half hour ago. Their CEO wrote a script that required four voices. I used a co-worker's voice for the required woman's voice, and a recent graduate friend hooked up his computer microphone to record his voice and his dad's for the two others. (I did the announcer part myself.)
Considering the production commission is 3%, and the average ad flight is a few hundred dollars, I certainly didn't do this one for the money. Here's hoping they decide it's effective and decide to keep running it as is for a loooong time.
Meantime, finally got to see The Bourne Supremacy. (Mm, free popcorn night.) It bore no resemblance to the Ludlum novel, with the exception of three character names (none others that I noticed, and these three were easy... Bourne, Marie, and Alex Conklin... but he's dead!) and the title. Obviously I didn't need to wait to finish the book before seeing the movie; I'm glad it was still playing. Won't be much longer. We were the only two people in there.