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If you've considered what it's like to have a career as a voice actor, or want to know what it takes to break in, then you need this DVD.
Mass Effect main character voice acting varries vastly between the two genders. It is my opinion that the female voice actor, Jennifer Hale, has done a vastly superior job at bringing a character to life than her opposite number, Mark Meer, who always sounding the same. This goes directly to the immersion of the story and when I first played ME with a male protagonist I was slightly annoyed at this flat voice acting, especialy when I reached the Normandy speech. Out of curiocity, I started a female character and speed up to that point. From the very first few lines of dialogue I could see the difference, but when I reached the Normandy speech, the delivery of that speech send shivers down my spine. I do not think many people know this, so I made this video to show exactly how different it is and what people are missing from an awesome voice acting.Note 1: The video begins with the speeches whole and then I've cut lines and intertwined them for a more pronounced effect.Note 2: I used the Windows Movie Editor to do this and either I do not know how to use it or it is total crap since all the cutting from the male acting are not showing, but it doesnt matter anyway, the voice is the important thing here so I left it at that since I dont want to buy Premier or learn another video editing software.
Sunday Muse shares information with parents of aspiring voice talent to prepare them to help their children get into cartoon voice acting. Following the success of her recently published book "You Can Do Cartoon Voices, Too!," Sunday's podcast is full of industry knowledge, expectations and tips that will help you to prepare your child.
Voice acting technique for all actors. Film actors, TV actors, voice actors use the Voices Carey Method to do better auditions, book more commercials and voice over jobs. Visit us at http://www.voicescarey.com
This week we take a look at voice acting in video games; how good voice acting immerses you into the gaming experience and how bad voice acting brings you out of it.
Yay, new vid.
The voice acting can't be heard under the music on the stage, sorry.
Flame Wheel: Kysen moves back and forth as flames spout out.
In Spider-Man: Edge of Time, actor Val Kilmer discusses the art of voice acting.
Video games have no shortage of terrible voice acting examples, but these are five of the all-time worst. Or best, depending on how you look at.
Ownage Pranks put up a Craigslist ad offering free voice acting lessons. An enthusiastic man responded back right away, and the things they got him to repeat were absolutely hilarious.
Marc Cashman shows you many different ways to interpret punctuation in voice over scripts and how you can turn exclamation points, commas, and periods into useful allies that will help you to make interesting choices in your peformances.
Check out Samuel L. Jackson and Don Cheadle voicing their characters in the Iron Man 2 game.
Part 1 of the amazing movie, Eyes of the Goose!
It's finally here! A spoof of Hitman, only it's with animals. Low budgeted, excellent voice acting, and magnificent special effects, this movie is sure to affect you! PS: We would like to apologize to anyone we might have offended with this film. We understand that the Chinese may not have found a particular scene funny. We apologize. We do not know any Chinese whatsoever, and we understand that we did a horrible imitation. PS...again: The "drugs" that were used was only powdered sugar. The blood on Marcus was red dye. The cigarette was paper. The jewels and money are not real. PS...once more: Every single line in this movie was ad-libbed.
Audie Awards on June 1st in NYC and Hillary Huber nomination, The Voice Acting Hub at Facebook.com, Webinar with Voice Coach Deb Munro, Elie Hirschman Chats about Radio Voice Syndrome, Colin Campbell Fires up the Old Phone Patch and more.
Amy Zents of Molly and Sonny Boy, and friend do a skit Amy wrote for teachng her student Voice Acting.
The short skit is called, "Gone!"
Please purchase Amy's vocal CD and hear free samples
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Act I - Based on a play from 411 BC by Aristophanes, Lysistrata, this modern adaptation was written by Lucinda McNary. All music by Lucinda McNary, as well as all voice acting and photography.