New Series Computer Voice

Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by mdtauk, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. Mr J

    Mr J Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    I'd dig Marina Sirtis - nice little homage to Majel in that she played her onscreen daughter, plus a nice little wink to us fanboys without it being too overt.
     
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  2. SPCTRE

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    obvious way to be budget conscious here, people
     
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  3. mdtauk

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    That certainly wouldn't fly, as a supposed 250 odd years in the future...
     
  4. Seven of Five

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    She'd make an awesome computer voice, but I'd go one step further and make her the Captain.
     
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  5. Karp666

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    She's already a commodore.
     
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  6. SeamusShameless

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  7. JediMindMeld

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    Since there's a rumour that Brent Spiner might be involved in Discovery... I wouldn't be opposed to him playing the computer. He has one of the greatest voices of all time and can imitate almost anyone if needed.
     
  8. FreddyE

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    I love that idea! Has a kind of full circle vibe to me
     
  9. mdtauk

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    If this takes place after Nemesis, then Data/B4's voice makes some sense.
     
  10. Kor

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    It should be one of those cheesy text-to-voice computer programs, instead of voiced by a real person.

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