Ever since I was a child I have always been enthralled with cartoons. It was like my imagination playing right before my eyes. As I've grown I've noticed recurring voices in many of my favorite…Continue
"I recommend acting classes; you get voice instruction built in. It also seems all the voices in cartoons are actors nowadays.
I volunteer at a local radio station, and get lots of advice and experience on the mike without any investment except that…"
"I've never thought about a voice coach, but that does make a world of sense. Thankfully I have a good career at the moment, so maybe I'll check it out on a more hobby level. No need to quit my day job."
"I don't know any voice actors but I do know a voice coach, the husband of a good friend of mine.
I've trained in his studio to help polish my voice for my radio show; it's fascinating how doing certain things can totally change how…"
Ever since I was a child I have always been enthralled with cartoons. It was like my imagination playing right before my eyes. As I've grown I've noticed recurring voices in many of my favorite shows and started gaining respect for these voice actors and the marvelous jobs they do with each character. Even as video games progress they become more cinematic and employ great voice actors and even big name actors to voice over the characters (i.e. Liam Neeson in Fallout 3).I think it would be a…See More
"Aquinas does a fair job of proof of his "concept" of God. Aristotle does a proof and arrives at his concept. No need to try to get this from some random guy on Internet -- if the purpose is to learn, not to spar.
"Can you show proof that your concept of God is the absolutely correct and only one? Prove to me that there isn't a Mrs. God. If I told you that there were ten thousand Gods, could you prove me wrong any more than I could prove you wrong…"
"I agree with the consensus that saying "Be a man" or "sack up" is NOT damaging to boys simply by itself. There's a context where it can be good or bad.
When I hear it, it doesn't make me think "okay, let me…"