Something that I'm finding gets on my nerves, perhaps unreasonably, are 'potential' castlists - when producers put up a list of who is currently being "considered" or "in the lead" for a role. I'm not sure what sort of an argument could be put forth for them, but I can only think of how it could end badly particularly if someone who was 'in the lead' ended up being beaten for the role.
But If Your Not a Fan Of The Anime You Shouldnt Really Audition
This is an actual quote from an audition thread. Seriously...? I mean..., non-fans shouldn't audition? wtf?
Also, what is with all the youtubers posting audition and just sticking their video there and not following the guidelines? Why post here if you expect video auditions? Agh...
Truthfully, if I'm listening to a fandub, I don't WANT to hear carbon copies of the voices. It's boring!
Recently I watched Mindychan's Sailor Moon S fandub. I was totally expecting to hear old British hag Luna, but it was this high adorable first-time-being-in-love voice.
And I absolutely LOVED it.
So I'm personally a fan of interpretation! Make that character yours! (By the way, I ♥ Thessa's Luna. Just in case you couldn't tell.)
Now, to make this post relevant!
Peeve: When your VAs send in their lines, but they're all blooperish!
I seriously got lines turned in where the actor went "Oh sorry, I messed up, let me try that again...you know never miiiiiind. There's enough bits of the lines there that you can kind of edit them together, yeah? "
THIS ISN'T THE FIRST TIME YOU'VE DONE THIS.
I don't understand the point of carbons. If someone's doing a fan-dub, what's the point of having all the voices the same as they were in the original? It smacks of someone trying to get credit for something that's almost 0% their idea.
Also, isn't it kind of fun seeing people do it differently? I kind of get a thrill from it. I'm not always sure that I'll like it (because I'm used to the original dub or whatever), but 99% of the time, I find things I like better! Also, it's really cool to see people that you know (however distantly) doing characters you love!
Best part of VAing, in my humble opinion.
I know! It's like "Yeah, they don't have an accent."
Everyone has an accent.
No accent=/= American.
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