05 Jul

More than halfway in the CVAP, we have learned probably the most important lesson in becoming BETTER if not THE best voice artist: PRACTICE. 

It's probably one of the most cliche formula but it's true! According to Sir Choy, we need to get used to how our voice sound in the recording. It's because our voices differ from how we hear it, to how others actually hear it. 

He also stressed the importance of self-assessment, self-awareness and self-direction. I think what he means is that we should all have an ear for 'good reads.' We need to be able to distinguish a good from bad recording. 

Aside from this, we also learned in the third session the art of voice acting. Speaking from decades of experience directing voice artists and artists per se, Sir Choy stressed the importance of using facial expression to achieve a natural delivery when dubbing a scene. 

Towards the afternoon session, we were divided again into breakout rooms for a challenging yet super fun voice acting workshop. 

Looking forward to the next session for more group activities. 

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