When I look for VAs, they sometimes say their voice is a mid-type or they have a low range and etc. I'm not exactly sure what all this means. Is it possible for some to explain it to me and give me example as to what theses type of voices sound like?
Post by Brittany Ann Phillips on Jun 19, 2019 14:36:17 GMT -8
They're referring to the physical limits of their vocal range. Different archetypes will typically suit different ranges, depending on what the director has envisioned or a voice actor could totally surprise them! No two voices will sound 100% alike. To give an idea of what archetypes sound like, I recommend listening to pro demos and learn what similarities the archetypes on different demos have with each other, but also what sets them apart.
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