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Old 12-18-2016   #1
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Default Voice acting tips for people with Autism

Hello, my name is Michael McKay, and I am wanting tips on how I can improve my Voice Acting ability as a person with Autism.
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Lightbulb Re: Voice acting tips for people with Autism

Sorry for not elaborating on my thread, but I am a person with Autism whose voice is nasally, and not good with being loud enough. Also, I have some trouble with the pronunciation of some words.

So, my question is this:
How can I improve my voice range and sound with the problems I have with my voice?
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It's basically the same advice to anyone who wants to be a voice actor, it takes time and practice, and it takes some getting used to if you want to expand your range; and as long as you can act, and so long as you don't blow out your own voice, you might be able to pull of a good enough performance depending on the tole you get.
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Plus, it can also require Acting School for getting your voice ready for the big-time voice acting. I am going to Google acting schools in my area.

Thanks, Troodon.
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