LindZ posted an event

Dec 5, 2009 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm

White Rabbit

Nov 8, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Melissa Malone
"Exactly!"
Mar 20, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Melissa Malone
"Hey Melissa! It was so nice to meet you finally!"
Mar 20, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Jay Sawyer
"I'm sorry to hear that Jay. :("
Mar 13, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Jay Sawyer
"Happy Birthday!"
Mar 12, 2009
LindZ posted a video
The producers of Shanmao & Jimi are currently holding auditions for someone to write and sing the theme song for the show!! The company is located in NYC, so please be able and willing to travel to the studio if chosen. The official rules are here:…
Feb 14, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Stefania
"Aww thanks! I can't wait too! lol"
Feb 14, 2009
LindZ posted videos
Feb 9, 2009
LindZ left a comment on ASK JOE - VOICE OVER THEATER
"Very nice studio! I want it. :) Can I have it? No? Okay. I guess I'll just have to get my own. *sigh*"
Feb 5, 2009
LindZ left a comment for James Anthony
"Happy Birthday!!"
Feb 4, 2009
LindZ posted a video
Short voice over that I did for a truly funny commercial.
Jan 16, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Frank Rucco
"Welcome to the universe buddy!"
Jan 7, 2009
LindZ left a comment for Orion Marra
"Happy Birthday!"
Dec 22, 2008
LindZ left a comment for Bob Souer
"Happy Birthday!"
Dec 20, 2008
LindZ commented on Denise Nelson's video
"He is so adorable!!!!!!! Great job!"
Nov 26, 2008
LindZ left a comment for David Atwood
"So do you want to see the latest dance craze?

Check it out:

My totally cool dance"
Nov 19, 2008
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  • Wow LindZ! Loved the dancing video! I didn't realize you were such a multi-faceted woman! Green is your color. And the third dancer in your video seems to like showing up for work drunk. The director should can him and re-cast, but YOU were awesome!
  • Hi Liz,
    After I replied to you I asked one of the big wigs here about my demo. Here is what he wrote:
    Your animation track should sound like a montage of real
    >> animation clips cut together into a minute and a half demo.
    >> Stay away from telling a story!! Also, never repeat a voice.
    >> Once you've established a character move on to the next.
    >> Try to have each character DOING something, not just SAYING
    >> something, in each byte. Give them some kind of action to be
    >> doing. This will show off not just your vocal range, but
    >> also your acting range. In cartoons they are looking for
    >> actors first, and funny voice people second. Which means if
    >> you are a great actor who can only do a few voices, you have
    >> a better chance of booking a job over someone who does
    >> dozens of voices, but can't act. Your animation track
    >> should consist of characters with distinct personalities.
    >> Everyone can do a witch. What makes your witch different??
    >> How are your kid voices different from the Rugrats?? Nancy
    >> Cartwright, who does Bart Simpson, had been doing kid voices
    >> for years before booking The Simpsons. What makes her Bart
    >> stand out is her acting. His personality is as memorable as
    >> his voice. That's because Nancy is a brilliant actress.
    >> She makes the words on the script come to life. Think of the
    >> script as a skeleton, and you, the actor have to give it a
    >> body. When all of this sounds easy, then and ONLY then are
    >> you ready for an animation track for your demo.

    Based upon this I re-did my demo. Please take a listen and et me know what you think!
    Shelley Chester
  • Lindz...glad to help out abit. If you ever need any more help...just knock. Cheers
  • of course! email me :) my name at gmail. sorry im running off now, but wanted to answer before i forget!! ask anything, let me know what ur dubbing experience is...and congrats on the booking! talk soon,
    sarah
  • LindZ
    Thanks for the listen...
    If you are interested of a tour -- preferably if you are in town on a weekend, I'd be happy to oblige.
  • Pretzels,...cheese,...and 8 cans of tuna. Almost ready for Thanksgiving Dinner! woot woot!
  • How nice of you to leave a review of my demo and to ask my advise! My demo is really new... just a week old so it's nice to hear it is being well received. As for the animation demo you want to create I think that if you start with your favorite and best voice then put that together with a very different style of voice you have a beginning. Next find a great place where your voices would logically meet or be. Start talking to the voices and record the answers. You do some great kid voices! That along with a baby crying puts you at a wedding (?), child care center with a frustrated parent or teacher(?), school yard(?) you get the picture. If you are old enough to remember Art Linkletter he interviewed kids. That was a fun format. The best part about these demos is that if you don't get the response you want then you can record again! I just played around with my equipment until I found something that worked... Lots of places on line to get snips to edit in. I like Soundsnap.com, ilovewavs.com, bobjude.co.uk/sounds/wav.html
    Have fun and the audience will too! You have some great demos. Put your new animation up on this site under the demo forum and see what others think. Thanks again for the nice review!
  • Hi ya LindZ! Love your demo and hope you feel all better soon and stuff!
  • Hey Lindz,

    hi from London! Nice to see you and congrats on your success so far... here's to the future!!

    Take care.

    x
  • Nice of you to join the UNIVERSE HERE!!! VO Universe, that iz..
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