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MermaidRizu
12-31-2010, 06:44 PM
I love doing fandubs on YouTube, but I haven't done any in a while, and I'm not too fond of my older ones from when I was just getting started and did a bunch of them. ^^; I've done more song-dubs (people correct me and say it's karaoke/cover since I'm still singing the Japanese version, but whatever, I still call it a dub when I feel like it XD) than scene dubs, although I'd like to get into more of those.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwGsvyrKj1M

^ This is one of my recent dubs/covers that I'm more proud of, it's my friend and I covering the song Magnet, with me as Miku (first singer) and her as Luka (second singer). ^^ Just to give you an idea of what I'm talking about~ XD

Anyway, is anyone else here on cosplay.com a fandubber? Maybe we could even do a fandub together sometime~ ^^

KaleiDoVi
12-31-2010, 08:05 PM
I'm meaning to do one (Of Alois, Ciel, or Honey), but arghh that would mean moving my laptop into my room for privacy, and I'm way too lazy. XD And my voice is usually way higher than I think. X.e I don't do covers/dubs of songs, since I have 0 singing ability, but fandubs of scenes is what I'm going to try to do.

P.S. Your Magnet cover is beautiful~ <3

MermaidRizu
12-31-2010, 09:10 PM
I'm meaning to do one (Of Alois, Ciel, or Honey), but arghh that would mean moving my laptop into my room for privacy, and I'm way too lazy. XD And my voice is usually way higher than I think. X.e I don't do covers/dubs of songs, since I have 0 singing ability, but fandubs of scenes is what I'm going to try to do.

P.S. Your Magnet cover is beautiful~ <3

Yay, best of luck to you! ^^ I've always thought that the overall feeling of the dub was more important than if you sound exactly like the character or not, so there's no need to worry about your voice being higher than you think. ^^ If you do one, please post it here or send it to me~!

And thank you very much! ^///^

Eliteslayer
01-01-2011, 01:07 AM
Not necessarily a fandub, but I do make an Abridged Series. I'm the co-creator of Ranma 1/2: The Abridged Chronicles, and I voice Ryoga, Kuno, Genma, and a few other various characters. http://www.youtube.com/user/EliteslayerX (I'd advise skipping episode 1, it kinda sucks, but we get better from there.)

IAmShorty
01-01-2011, 01:13 AM
I like doing them when Im bored. Its nothing that special but heres my youtube (:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PureRandomness14?feature=mhum
Just some random fandubs.
But an abridged series im in should be coming up any day :D
Its Seikon no Qwaser abridged and I voice Tomo and Lizzie

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 02:26 AM
Eliteslayer: Lol, your abridged series is really funny! ^^ I actually haven't watched the series, but it's still very entertaining, you guys did a nice job on it! XD

IAmShorty: I think you're a wonderful voice actress! ^^ I especially enjoyed your Lucky Channel dubs, you make a perfect Akira! XD

IAmShorty
01-01-2011, 12:42 PM
@MermaidRizu Oh, thank you :3 Wow! Your Magnet cover was awesome!

Axelai
01-01-2011, 01:14 PM
I always wanted to be a voice actress, and I actually have a really good talent for it (only talent i have... *cries*), but i haven't found any fandub groups hiring... and i'm actually too lazy to do it while i'm trying to study XD

But yeah. I support fandubs, though i have never listened to a SERIOUS one. I usually just watch youtube parody fandubs. Ahaha~

Eliteslayer
01-01-2011, 01:52 PM
@ Rizu: Thanks! It's hard work, but the result is worth it.

Pst, Axelai, if you want some practice, stop by my panel on Abridged Series at Fanime this year. I always pick audience volunteers to record some lines for a one-shot abridged episode, and while I can't guarantee I'll pick you, it couldn't hurt to try.

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 02:10 PM
IAmShorty: You're very welcome, and thank you so much! ^^

Axelai: I'd love to hear you try one out sometime, I bet you're awesome! ^^ I really should start doing more of them, maybe I'll finally end up forming a group and invite you to join it~ XP

Eliteslayer: You're welcome, you must be very proud of it! ^^ And no way, I wish I was going to Fanime now! D: That sounds like the most fun panel EVER, I would so volunteer! XD

~~~~~~

While I'm here, I might as well post my demo reel:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVV86RRA2ao

It's from a couple of years ago, and it's sort of...embarassing for me to listen to now ^^; XD But you guys should make demos and post them too! If you're lazy like me, you can just put a string of voice clips together without any effects or music like I did. XD Not all of it is even from anime, I actually have a line from Camp Lazlo in there...XD;;

Brsis
01-01-2011, 04:51 PM
I sort of taught myself to play the ukulele (Badly - but it doesn't matter, because it's a cheap ukulele and they always sound rubbish so it sounds like I meant it to XD ) and I keep thinking I ought to sit down and record myself singing and playing one of the songs I actually know the words to, but I've always been too shy... I have so much respect for the people who get their voices out there!

Axelai
01-01-2011, 05:11 PM
Pst, Axelai, if you want some practice, stop by my panel on Abridged Series at Fanime this year. I always pick audience volunteers to record some lines for a one-shot abridged episode, and while I can't guarantee I'll pick you, it couldn't hurt to try.

I'll be sure to stop by your panel ^^ I've never done actual VA work for ANYTHING, but i know i am very good at it. I've just got this talent for changing my voice to sound like anything... which works well whenever i cosplay (as i can imitate the character voice of whom i'm cosplaying).

And well, if you want to at least try to see me, i'll be dressed as either America from Hetalia or Darry from Kiyal's Magical Time. Depending on when your panel is c:


Axelai: I'd love to hear you try one out sometime, I bet you're awesome! ^^ I really should start doing more of them, maybe I'll finally end up forming a group and invite you to join it~ XP

Do it :D I'd be happy to be a part of it!

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 07:38 PM
Brsis: You should do it, just throw away your inhibitions and go for it! ^^ Easier said than done, I know, but it always feels great to overcome a fear, and you never know what will come from it! XP

Axelai: Hmm, the only problem is that I'll need to get better editing software...Windows Movie Maker has worked for me in the past, but it just doesn't feel very professional, especially when putting lots of voices in...but it's still a project that I would love to do sometime~! ^^

Axelai
01-01-2011, 07:42 PM
Axelai: Hmm, the only problem is that I'll need to get better editing software...Windows Movie Maker has worked for me in the past, but it just doesn't feel very professional, especially when putting lots of voices in...but it's still a project that I would love to do sometime~! ^^

Yeah, Movie Maker sorta sucks XD A lot. But its helped me edit many things... including putting my voice into karaoke songs. So its got a nice place in my heart <3

Thelchterya
01-01-2011, 07:45 PM
It's actually something I'd like to break into. I love singing karaoke and I love parodies, so it's only a matter of time before I give it a whirl. I did record a Shissou cover once, but it's not posted to the internet yet. ^^

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 07:59 PM
Axelai: Yeah, I've been using it forever. XD It's fine for smaller projects, but I don't think I'd be able to make it work for bigger fandubs and such. ^^; I'll have to see what I can find~

Thelchterya: You should upload it and then post it here! ^^ I'd love to hear it~

acostory
01-01-2011, 08:05 PM
I tried to start fandubbing a while back, but I didn't really have a good mastery of my voice. After a year of beginning choir class, and a few weeks of music lessons, I'm actually really good at vocal imitation. I need to try sometime again soon, because it was fun : D

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 08:20 PM
acostory: You definitely should! ^^ If you do, make sure to post it here, I want to hear it~!

IAmShorty
01-01-2011, 08:57 PM
Axelai: Hmm, the only problem is that I'll need to get better editing software...Windows Movie Maker has worked for me in the past, but it just doesn't feel very professional, especially when putting lots of voices in...but it's still a project that I would love to do sometime~! ^^

I just recently upgraded from Windows xD Best thing to ever happen to me. Windows didnt like me, I swear. It was EVILLL!

Axelai
01-01-2011, 09:16 PM
I think theres more to voice acting than just imitating voices. I see a LOT of problems even in professionals: What words you emphasize changes the entire meaning. I can tell when some voice actors read the script once through and don't comprehend the meaning of the line.

Like, my prime example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ5ziNOtoMU

When he says "Are you sure you found it in my pants?" Its so obvious he didn't know what the line was implying. He thought when he read the line "Oh, why would that be in his PANTS?" not thinking of the intended meaning "What was he doing with it in the first place?" He emphasized "pants" rather than "my". Try saying it both ways. The way he says it just sounds awkward with that knowledge. His voice itself works for the character, and he does a (mostly) good job. But that single line kills the entire thing for me.

Also when she says "I've had it up to here with you and your stories." She's emphasizing stories... and just... saying it with poor vocal skills. Like that was her first try and they kept it. She should have shown more emotion, and the word "here" should have been short and sharp. Like your mother would say it when she's pissed.

If none of that makes sense... I'm seriously tempted to redo the entire video's voice acting and send it to the creator, shouting "THIS IS HOW YOU VOICE ACT DAMMIT"

/rant

EDIT: Watching it again... that girl's VA skill suck all around XD

KaleiDoVi
01-01-2011, 09:24 PM
I think theres more to voice acting than just imitating voices. I see a LOT of problems even in professionals: What words you emphasize changes the entire meaning. I can tell when some voice actors read the script once through and don't comprehend the meaning of the line.

Like, my prime example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ5ziNOtoMU

When he says "Are you sure you found it in my pants?" Its so obvious he didn't know what the line was implying. He thought when he read the line "Oh, why would that be in his PANTS?" not thinking of the intended meaning "What was he doing with it in the first place?" He emphasized "pants" rather than "my". Try saying it both ways. The way he says it just sounds awkward with that knowledge. His voice itself works for the character, and he does a (mostly) good job. But that single line kills the entire thing for me.

Also when she says "I've had it up to here with you and your stories." She's emphasizing stories... and just... saying it with poor vocal skills. Like that was her first try and they kept it. She should have shown more emotion, and the word "here" should have been short and sharp. Like your mother would say it when she's pissed.

If none of that makes sense... I'm seriously tempted to redo the entire video's voice acting and send it to the creator, shouting "THIS IS HOW YOU VOICE ACT DAMMIT"

/rant

EDIT: Watching it again... that girl's VA skill suck all around XD

*shivers* Bad voice acting is bad.

OMG, where did that come from? o.o I was just messing around, and somehow I had Grell's voice for a second. COME BACK, RANDOM VOICE. TT^TT
I'll try to do something tomorrow, or when school starts and it's just my sister and me at home. She'll be hanging out in her room with her new dog all day anyways. xD I'm probably going to try my hand at Alois, I love getting into the pyschos' heads. x3

acostory
01-01-2011, 09:24 PM
Epic rant that EVERY ACTOR/ACTRESS should read

What you said = perfect

A few years ago, my dad went to a speech conference, and the one thing he brought back and told me was one sentence:

"I didn't say she stole the box".

Every word, if emphasized, would make it have a different meaning. It's all about the context, because if you say everything in a monotone voice, or emphasize the wrong word, the audience will miss the meaning.

Even regular actors and actresses fail to understand this. That you do is possibly the start of a great voice acting career.

Axelai
01-01-2011, 09:31 PM
What you said = perfect

A few years ago, my dad went to a speech conference, and the one thing he brought back and told me was one sentence:

"I didn't say she stole the box".

Every word, if emphasized, would make it have a different meaning. It's all about the context, because if you say everything in a monotone voice, or emphasize the wrong word, the audience will miss the meaning.

Even regular actors and actresses fail to understand this. That you do is possibly the start of a great voice acting career.

Yeah, thats a good example c: *mentally said it every possible way* XD

Yeah, it pains me because Kyle Hebert, while a good friend of mine with a great voice, has a tendency to not remember this. I can tell when he comprehends the lines, and when he's reading them. Compare Episode 1 (reading lines) of Gurren Lagann to episode 3 (comprehending lines). You can easily tell the difference.

I hate it when i can tell a VA is reading the lines and not thinking about them. Thats what makes me dislike so many dubs.

And why i love Hetalia's dub. While the Hetalia dub admittedly has stupid accents and screws up the plot epically... each main VA is writing their own lines half the time, so the meaning is clear. Just listen to how they say each line. Even the rushed ones are really well done. I suggest watching Episode 2 of the Hetalia dub. You can see in the main, rushed scene of Italy in the box and Germany all "WTF" about it, it sounds legitimately like they're ACTUALLY speaking in the situation. Well, other than Germany's first outburst of "NEIN", because it comes in slightly early. But other than that, it sounds GREAT for emphasis.

(Hetalia Episode 2: http://www4.funimation.com/video/?page=video&v=5844 )

So thats why when i say i think i'm talented in voice acting... is my ability to change my voice (Ahaha how much i enjoy doing Mickey Mouse's voice and scaring people), and the fact i always read the lines super a lot before saying them, since i want the meaning to be 100% clear.

KaleiDoVi
01-01-2011, 09:36 PM
Yeah, thats a good example c: *mentally said it every possible way* XD

Yeah, it pains me because Kyle Hebert, while a good friend of mine with a great voice, has a tendency to not remember this. I can tell when he comprehends the lines, and when he's reading them. Compare Episode 1 (reading lines) of Gurren Lagann to episode 3 (comprehending lines). You can easily tell the difference.

I hate it when i can tell a VA is reading the lines and not thinking about them. Thats what makes me dislike so many dubs.

And why i love Hetalia's dub. While the Hetalia dub admittedly has stupid accents and screws up the plot epically... each main VA is writing their own lines half the time, so the meaning is clear. Just listen to how they say each line. Even the rushed ones are really well done. I suggest watching Episode 2 of the Hetalia dub. You can see in the main, rushed scene of Italy in the box and Germany all "WTF" about it, it sounds legitimately like they're ACTUALLY speaking in the situation. Well, other than Germany's first outburst of "NEIN", because it comes in slightly early. But other than that, it sounds GREAT for emphasis.

(Hetalia Episode 2: http://www4.funimation.com/video/?page=video&v=5844 )

So thats why when i say i think i'm talented in voice acting... is my ability to change my voice (Ahaha how much i enjoy doing Mickey Mouse's voice and scaring people), and the fact i always read the lines super a lot before saying them, since i want the meaning to be 100% clear.

Must hear Mickey Mouse voice. :thumbsup:

And that's why my first attempts at dubbing will never reach another person's ears. x.x They were crap and I was nervous and just reading the lines. That's generally why I want to go with more outrageous characters: The more out there and unlike myself they are, the easier it is for me to add personality into the words. I'm so weird when it comes to acting. xD

Axelai
01-01-2011, 09:37 PM
Must hear Mickey Mouse voice. :thumbsup:

And that's why my first attempts at dubbing will never reach another person's ears. x.x They were crap and I was nervous and just reading the lines. That's generally why I want to go with more outrageous characters: The more out there and unlike myself they are, the easier it is for me to add personality into the words. I'm so weird when it comes to acting. xD

I'll record it sometime and post it XD;; I used to have a whole skit i'd do on my own, voicing Micky talking about cheating on Minny, and Minny cheating on him with Daisy... LOL...

I like doing calmer characters more, actually. Since i can make the emotion come out without it being boring c:

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 09:41 PM
You have a very good point, Axelai. ^^ And you're right, that's something that a lot of actors/actresses need to learn. Unfortunately, in the case of voice acting, you're usually by yourself, making it much more difficult to be convincing. Whereas, onstage or in a live-action film, you can play off of other people, making it seem more real. I've had a lot of on-stage experience, and it almost feels like a completely different thing than voice acting. XD I think it takes double the skill to be a good voice actor that it does to be just a good actor. ^^

Axelai
01-01-2011, 09:42 PM
You have a very good point, Axelai. ^^ And you're right, that's something that a lot of actors/actresses need to learn. Unfortunately, in the case of voice acting, you're usually by yourself, making it much more difficult to be convincing. Whereas, onstage or in a live-action film, you can play off of other people, making it seem more real. I've had a lot of on-stage experience, and it almost feels like a completely different thing than voice acting. XD I think it takes double the skill to be a good voice actor that it does to be just a good actor. ^^

Yeah, i've been on stage a lot too XD But i prefer voice acting, as if i screw up, i can always re record. Can't do that on stage o.o;;

At least if you have a full script, you can visualize how its supposed to be.

KaleiDoVi
01-01-2011, 09:42 PM
I'll record it sometime and post it XD;; I used to have a whole skit i'd do on my own, voicing Micky talking about cheating on Minny, and Minny cheating on him with Daisy... LOL...

I like doing calmer characters more, actually. Since i can make the emotion come out without it being boring c:

LOL...XDDD Just curious, who'd Mickey cheat on her with? o.o

I'm the exact same way, except with the psychos. xD And dude, if you knew me in RL, you'd think I was crazy for wanting to voice the characters I do. I'm really quiet and sarcastic a lot of the time, so when I'm comfortable, it's hard for me to act like that, and easier to slip into other personalities.

Axelai
01-01-2011, 09:52 PM
LOL...XDDD Just curious, who'd Mickey cheat on her with? o.o

Donald. c:

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 09:54 PM
I've found that there's a good fix for both of them: If you mess up while voice acting, you can re-record it, but if you mess up while acting onstage, then you can use improv to fix your mistake~! ^^ I ADORE improvising! XD Once I was playing Ethel MacCormack in Footloose, and our Ren literally didn't know any of his lines for his scene with me...so, instead of letting his unpreparedness affect my own performance, I ended up improvising that scene with him. It still got the message across, and actually ended up being better than what was in the script! XD

Anyway, back on topic: The great thing about voice acting is that you can re-record your lines over and over again until you've got it perfectly, so that's definitely an advantage. ^^ Plus, there aren't too many times in live acting where you get to have a totally different voice than your own! XP

KaleiDoVi
01-01-2011, 09:55 PM
Donald. c:

...Win. c:

acostory
01-01-2011, 11:14 PM
I just made a small test dub. It doesn't have the video to it, but it's from Hetalia World Series episode 39.

Sorry, it's in Japanese (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPgMQZxuRyw). I'll make one in English soon.

Critique? y/n?

MermaidRizu
01-01-2011, 11:22 PM
I just made a small test dub. It doesn't have the video to it, but it's from Hetalia World Series episode 39.

Sorry, it's in Japanese (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPgMQZxuRyw). I'll make one in English soon.

Critique? y/n?

I think it needs more emotion, try to really feel the words, if that makes any sense. ^^; I'm not sure what's being said, since I'm not fluent in Japanese (yet! XD), but I can tell that it needs more emotion. Take some time to sit down and really think about what you're saying, and I guarantee you'll at least have some improvement. ^^ Think of how you would react to the situation in real life, and go from there. But you have a nice, clear voice, so I think you definitely have potential! Everyone has room for improvement, even the best in the world, so keep practicing! ^^

Brsis
01-02-2011, 12:43 PM
I think theres more to voice acting than just imitating voices. I see a LOT of problems even in professionals: What words you emphasize changes the entire meaning. I can tell when some voice actors read the script once through and don't comprehend the meaning of the line.

Like, my prime example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ5ziNOtoMU

When he says "Are you sure you found it in my pants?" Its so obvious he didn't know what the line was implying. He thought when he read the line "Oh, why would that be in his PANTS?" not thinking of the intended meaning "What was he doing with it in the first place?" He emphasized "pants" rather than "my". Try saying it both ways. The way he says it just sounds awkward with that knowledge. His voice itself works for the character, and he does a (mostly) good job. But that single line kills the entire thing for me.

Also when she says "I've had it up to here with you and your stories." She's emphasizing stories... and just... saying it with poor vocal skills. Like that was her first try and they kept it. She should have shown more emotion, and the word "here" should have been short and sharp. Like your mother would say it when she's pissed.

If none of that makes sense... I'm seriously tempted to redo the entire video's voice acting and send it to the creator, shouting "THIS IS HOW YOU VOICE ACT DAMMIT"

/rant

EDIT: Watching it again... that girl's VA skill suck all around XD

Have you read 'Schoolgirl Milky Crisis'? It's an anthology of the writings of Jonathan Clements, who's done virtually every job in the anime industry at some point, including a lot of translating and directing. It sounds like being a voice actor is a pretty rough gig - he wrote an article on one voice actor's ideal day on the job, which was basically that he turns up, gets a cup of coffee, watches a subtitled version of the video with the director, discusses things over lunch with the other voice actors and then goes into the studio and records his lines. It sounds like normally, this doesn't happen and he has to turn up and read his lines more or less cold, trying to lip sync with the video, because the studios don't have enough money to pay the voice actors for a whole day. It's a pretty sad situation.

It's a really interesting book to read if you're interested in the industry at all, anyway ^.^

Axelai
01-02-2011, 01:43 PM
Have you read 'Schoolgirl Milky Crisis'? It's an anthology of the writings of Jonathan Clements, who's done virtually every job in the anime industry at some point, including a lot of translating and directing. It sounds like being a voice actor is a pretty rough gig - he wrote an article on one voice actor's ideal day on the job, which was basically that he turns up, gets a cup of coffee, watches a subtitled version of the video with the director, discusses things over lunch with the other voice actors and then goes into the studio and records his lines. It sounds like normally, this doesn't happen and he has to turn up and read his lines more or less cold, trying to lip sync with the video, because the studios don't have enough money to pay the voice actors for a whole day. It's a pretty sad situation.

It's a really interesting book to read if you're interested in the industry at all, anyway ^.^

Oh trust me. I know all about the industry. I'm good friends with Kyle Hebert, as well as casual friends with a number of other Voice Actors. Their job is usually that they get a script of everyone's lines, theirs highlighted, then they watch the clip once through in Japanese, then they say their lines.

Plenty of time, in my opinion, to comprehend the line. And the director is continually listening and giving tips for rerecords. So the director is lacking, too, if the voice actor does a crappy job.

The only time its excusable is if the VA doesn't get everyone's lines, and just their own. I hear this is the common practice in Video Game voice acting. So thats why i don't expect much from those.

acostory
01-02-2011, 02:11 PM
I think it needs more emotion, try to really feel the words, if that makes any sense. ^^; I'm not sure what's being said, since I'm not fluent in Japanese (yet! XD), but I can tell that it needs more emotion. Take some time to sit down and really think about what you're saying, and I guarantee you'll at least have some improvement. ^^ Think of how you would react to the situation in real life, and go from there. But you have a nice, clear voice, so I think you definitely have potential! Everyone has room for improvement, even the best in the world, so keep practicing! ^^

Thanks! :3 I really appreciate the critique!

I did the entire thing in an hour late at night, so I was very rushed. I'm going to go back and re-do this later, try to improve with your suggestions. I'll definitely keep practising, because that really wasn't my best, but it wasn't my worst, either.

Yukikittie
01-02-2011, 03:49 PM
I've done a tiny bit in the past. I would really love to try again if I just could get better software. :c

HareyuNanami
01-02-2011, 03:50 PM
I am a amature voice actress =D
I have been voice acting since 2006 and I am currently in the works to complete my official demo reel and send it off =D

Here is my youtube!~ Please check it out =D
http://www.youtube.com/user/NyanNyanRanka

Also my official site; which is still in the works xD
http://haleymatthews.webs.com/

I find when you voice act, acting is definitely the most important part, You can change your voice anytime and keep working on it, but acting takes practice and I mean ALOT of practice to be able to get into a good role and stick with the character. The voice is brought over time and practice, joining school plays, taking part in acting classes, vocal lessons, and anything that could help you get into a character is great =D I hope everyone doesn't go into voice acting hoping to get into anime, because thats not the reality of it. All the voice actors you hear in your favourite anime, they are actors who originally were not planning there career this way. Plus, the anime industry is the hardest one to get into, it takes years to finally get recognized by high end companys that would take the time to listen to your demos.

If voice acting is a career that someone (like my self) wants to get into, you have to know you will go through really tough times, trying to find work. Also! Voice acting is not a career you can live off of !~ I am also studying for a Drama major to become a Drama Teacher. So if you do, make sure you have another career path to fall back on, and not just voice acting. I am speaking from my experience and experiences from other voice actors.

Moon Melody
01-02-2011, 09:30 PM
I'm a fandubber :D
But because I'm french, and I have a accent while speaking in english, it's hard for me to get in fandub, so I've make a forum for french fandubber, but for now, we aren't many T_T

For those who are interested, this is the demo voice of the only role I can get in english fandub :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EN7Z22DA9M

Yeah for pikachu ! xD

IAmShorty
01-02-2011, 09:51 PM
I'm a fandubber
But because I'm french, and I have a accent while speaking in english, it's hard for me to get in fandub, so I've make a forum for french fandubber, but for now, we aren't many T_T

For those who are interested, this is the demo voice of the only role I can get in english fandub :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EN7Z22DA9M

Yeah for pikachu ! xD

Ack! O_O Overload of Cuteness!!! Love it :D

Moon Melody
01-03-2011, 12:49 PM
Thanks :D
I work a lot on my pikachu voice, O_O

MermaidRizu
01-03-2011, 01:56 PM
Moon Melody: Aww, your Pikachu is adorable~! XD

Oh, and for the record, when I need a cast for fandubs, I love to cast people with accents as the evil villain...not sure why, but accents make villains sound so much cooler~ XD So I'll let you know if any roles come up in the future~ XP

HareyuNanami: I agree, in voice acting as well as many other industries, a lot of times you just have to take what you can get! XD Awesome avatar, by the way~ XP

Moon Melody
01-03-2011, 11:43 PM
MermaidMizu : Yes, let me know O__O I want to fandub, daaah. And thanks by the way :D

Brsis
01-04-2011, 04:42 AM
Oh, and for the record, when I need a cast for fandubs, I love to cast people with accents as the evil villain...not sure why, but accents make villains sound so much cooler~ XD So I'll let you know if any roles come up in the future~ XP


LOL - and I swear this is the only reason British actors get work in Hollywood :toothy:

I would love to see a Hetalia fan-dub with A. accurate dialogue and B. People with proper accents instead of faked ones doing the voices. I'd even volunteer to be England but no way my voice is deep enough and my elocution sucks.

Fabulousity
01-04-2011, 04:45 AM
I'm a fandubber!!!!!! I'm MusicFeedsYourSoul on youtube. I've mostly been doing Sailor Moon dubs, but I'm up for anything really!!! I'd love to know what you guys think of me!

http://www.youtube.com/MusicFeedsYourSoul

Moon Melody
01-04-2011, 12:37 PM
Oh ! Fabulousity, I know you by the name xD I think you had comment one of my video, once. I love your fandubs :D

MermaidRizu
01-04-2011, 01:53 PM
Fabulousity: Your Alice in Wonderland fandub is absolutely adorable~! XD You're very talented! ^^

Fabulousity
01-04-2011, 05:22 PM
Thank you guys so much!!! You have no idea how happy it makes me to hear your feedback!

@Moon Melody Who are you on youtube?

Moon Melody
01-04-2011, 05:35 PM
Chatou79. You comment a old video when I sang La Soldier xD

RoseButterfly
01-04-2011, 06:34 PM
I'm currently working on a dub of Rolling Girl. It'll be my first cover. I also REALLY wanto to fandub the Tsubasa Horitsuba Drama CDs! XD

Fabulousity
01-04-2011, 07:38 PM
Chatou79. You comment a old video when I sang La Soldier xD

Oh yeah, I remember you!!! Did you ever get a part in that Sera Myu production?

Moon Melody
01-04-2011, 09:46 PM
No, the project never ( daaah, I don't know the word ) been done and no one had receive news :(

Fabulousity
01-04-2011, 11:16 PM
Oh, I'm sorry. That sucks. And I think you're wanting to say that the project "fell through" or "was canceled" or "never went into production".

Moon Melody
01-05-2011, 12:39 AM
Exactly, thanks ! I will remember that ! x)

AkitoKitty
01-05-2011, 01:16 AM
You know, for some reason I always think that a fandub is like.. Heck, I don't even know the real word. You know when someone sings a song from like an anime or something? Haha. I've sung some vocaloid songs on YouTube, but I've never tried fandubbing. I think it would be pretty fun though. xD