I've cast hundreds of computer games and directed thousands of actors. Voice acting is much more demanding than voice overs. Happy to help anyone interested.
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Lani, I came across your name doing research into animation casting in the OC/San Diego area. I am so glad to see you here. I was wondering if you wouldn't mind giving me some feedback on my demo's, especially the animation and interactive demos. I just got the animation and interactive ones produced and we have been trying to cut them down but am unsure which characters are really unneccessary. We have done one pass already and cut about 6 characters out. Any feedback would be greatly welcomed! All my demos can be found on my page or at www.shellycallahan.com.
This may seem obvious but I still direct people who have this problem.
Best to all,
Much like how cable TV providers require you to pay for every different tier and movie channel, it's thought that this is in retaliation for people using AT & T's lines, for example for free service from their Magic Jack or any other VOIP provider. Skype has had a lot of dropped calls recently and some studios are deciding not to install it because the quality has greatly diminished and no one wants the frustration of dropped conference calls when someone is listening and/or directing with a phone patch or Skype.
So whether it's sabotage or not, we have to hope pricing is not going to hit the roof for the services we now have (whether it's landline or cell service or cable TV) and also that we won't completely lose some of the free or nearly-free options we now have.
I haven't heard anything about the Skype rumor. Hope it's not true. Bobbin Beam
Anyway... regarding yourSkype question... I haven't heard that rumor. Do you remember where you heard it? Hopefully it's not true as I too have Skype.
Let me know if you hear any more on this.