Projection and maintaining it. DX
Choking type sounds. My gag reflex is easy to trigger, so there have been a number of times where I've felt like I was gonna toss my cookies trying to record. Fun times all around...
Ugh, like BloodRed... Laughter is a pain. My natural laugh is reserved and quiet since I'm uncomfortable with such an outburst of emotion, so allowing myself to relax enough and let a natural laugh flow, be it on stage or while recording, is almost impossible. Here's to hoping that my acting classes over the next year help me to become more lax and less restrained.
Enunciation. I've gotten pretty good at sounding coherent enough when in character roles, but I'm terrible at narrator or promo gigs. I slur words like a fiend and have no place doing that kind of work. But I try anyway. I think my tongue is too big or not flexible enough or something like that. ...Yeah that last sentence made me giggle too.
Definitely enunciation. The way I talk in real life has me speaking really quickly and not really caring about how a word is properly said, so it transfers to my voice acting. >.<
But voice acting does help me keep it under control for the most part.
Breathiness, my natural voice is very breathy and unless I'm shouting or doing some way out there emotion, or a higher pitch, I just can't get rid of it. But when I do medium voices closer to my speaking voice it's just attacked by breathiness. Getting a really clear crisp tone in a medium voice type is just nearly impossible for me.
Also accents. Accents are the bane of my existence, it's taken me over a year to even have sort of a 'okay-ish' British one, and even then it's still eugh.
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