What attracts you to a production and makes you want to audition for it?
Well, if its an anime that I love I'll audition or if its an anime I just got into and wanna know more about i usually audition although i like to familiarize myself with the show when I audition.
If there's a voice type or a character that's a dream role or a pitch i wanna try.
if its put together well, with info and pictures I try or if its with a producer that I admire or I really like there work, or if they seems like a good person willing to see a project through to the end than I'll audition ^^
Ah, so many things that attract me to audition for projects...
The role, for one. The series it's from, the producer, the voice the role requires, et cetera.
...Basically everything Subaru said up there XD
If it catches my interest. If I have faith in the director(s) and their project, if the project is well organized and posted according to the rules of the forums, then that lets me know that the director(s) took the time to pay attention and actually put effort into their project. Lastly, if the content of the production is something I find interesting.
Audition thread that is neatly organized, full of detail and looks like the person put effort into it. Plus having characters that I might actually fit voice type wise.
That's it. I don't care what anime it is nor who is doing it (most of the time) I'll audition for almost anything; doesn't matter if I find it interesting or not. Same goes for non-fandub projects. I'm not picky, I just look for responsible producers who know what they're doing.
First off, the project being something I'm interested in. After that, it's all about how well put together/organized the audition thread is, and how realistic the producer seems to be handling the project(in terms of length; no bajillion episode dubs). If a producer can't be bothered to handle an audition thread effectively, it doesn't give me a lot of faith in their ability to actually produce the project.
A well made thread. If it's organized well then that tells me the person doing it plans to put the time and effort into the project.
1. A thread with only a few roles in it, because I know the production will get done sooner. I almost never audition for anything where the main post is two pages long on it's own!
2. I can forgive minor errors, but if the thread looks like crap, I won't audition.
3. If the turnaround time is short (i.e. It's only a couple of lines).
4. If it pays, Steven plays!
I want organization. The thread must look like time and care's been put into it, and there is enough details on the characters that it looks like the producer has thought his/her project out. This is especially true if it is an original production. An original production that looks hastily put together will not get my attention for very long.
Proper grammar is also important. It means you have passed basic English classes and so have the capability to write.
*breathes* Yep, that's about it from me. XD
- A well-organized thread. Decently-sized pictures, detailed descriptions of the characters, and threads that don't look too much like eyesores. I want to know that the producer will actually put effort into the project, and a good-looking thread is a nice start, IMO.
- If it's a fandub that I'm familiar with, I'll audition for it. If it's not a fandub I'm familiar with, but the thread fits the criteria I stated before, then I'll audition for it.
- If it's an original project that looks like it has a decent story, attractive images, or if I've heard the producer's audio mixing skills and it sounds really nice, then I'll audition for it.
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