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Voice-Over for Animation by M.J. Lallo, Jean Ann Wright

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CHAPTER nine Recording for Cartoons

This Chapter

We’ll cover what you need to do before your recording session, checking in, rehearsals, the actual recording, and what you need to do after the session is over. This chapter includes a list of things to bring to the session, dos and don’ts for the session, and more exercises to help you with your career.

The First Job

You have your first job! Time to celebrate! Double check the information that your agent gives you about date, time, and location. Ask for directions, even if you don’t think you need them. Do a trial run to the studio. Ask if you’ll be receiving a script ahead of time. Write the information in your Blackberry, your date book, or your calendar—wherever you can find it again without ...

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