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July 2, 2017

"When auditioning for animation voiceover, it can be helpful to plot out how you would perform the scene if it was live action.

 

Think about where you are in relation to the person with whom you are speaking.

 

- Are you standing or sitting?

 

- What is your character doing physically in the scene and how does that impact your voice. Are you running around in circles? If so, I want to hear you panting and winded.

 

- Are you grabbing someone and giving them a bear hug? If so, I want to hear the tightness in your voice as you squeeze that person for the hug. 

 

Think about how you can add the physicalty to your delivery. You want the person listening on the other end to be able to visualize the scene based off of your vocal performance. 

 

Give them more than what is on the page.”

 

 

 

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