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

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CHAPTER ten Recording for Animated Features, Games, Theme Parks, Toys, and Narration

Other Areas of Animation

Up until now we have been discussing voice-over for animation more generally. Much of the work in animation is for animation television series. However, voice-over work is also available in animated features, games, toys (perhaps not animation, but closely related), theme parks, the Internet, and narration. These fields are often closely interrelated with characters going from one area to another. Actors who do voice work for animation may do voice work for any of these. This chapter covers many of the differences in these other areas. Practice copy is available at the end of the chapter.

Animated Features

Most animated features have ...

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