Double Cross
so i speak a few different languages myself (including a few of the ones you did on the accent post thingie [ im not a VA, i just do languages and shit]) And although the sounds you make (in like german and french etc) are right, you might want to work on cadence and just the rhythm of those languages and then you'll sound flawless. Try listening to things in the target language even if you dont understand them and just notice the tonal patterns&shit. You'll get sogoodsofast.
Anonymous

My biggest point of reference when learning accents, honestly, is what I listen to when I listen to driver interviews when I’m watching F1, Indycar, MotoGP etc. etc. So many drivers from so many nationalities, and when you hear certain drivers enough times their accents and cadence kind of rubs off on me.

Thank you though. I really appreciate it, coming from someone who is fluent in more than just English as you are.

blinkyxx:

So, I have a Fiverr account now, and am taking commissions for voice-over of up to 200 words for $5 each.

Getting the word out about this would be very much appreciated. c:

tylersthings:

blinkyxx:

tylersthings:

I’m goin’ in for a personal interview and a tour of the studio I applied for next Friday… SO MAYBE… I MIGHT HAVE A JOB?!?!?!?

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U GOT THIS BROSEPH BROSTAR

THANK YOU MY TIME HAS COME IT’S IN THE BAG I GOT THIIIS

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JUST BELIEVE IN ME WHO BELIEVES IN YOU AMIGO

tylersthings:

I’m goin’ in for a personal interview and a tour of the studio I applied for next Friday… SO MAYBE… I MIGHT HAVE A JOB?!?!?!?

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U GOT THIS BROSEPH BROSTAR

diomaster:

ashprincessmidna:

Seeing Asuta made me sooo happy!

Kira and Diomaster

I FOUND MY TWO FAVORITE JJBA COSPLAYERS IN THE SAME PHOTO <3

enenkaydoodles:

Read the update! - - - Read from the beginning!
The seating chart for Anime Weekend Atlanta is up! Check it out over here! Mad and I will be seated at Island C Table 09. We have a bunch of good stuff, so come find us!

With a face like that, there&#8217;s no way you can trust Wallace.

enenkaydoodles:

Read the update! - - - Read from the beginning!

The seating chart for Anime Weekend Atlanta is up! Check it out over here! Mad and I will be seated at Island C Table 09. We have a bunch of good stuff, so come find us!

With a face like that, there’s no way you can trust Wallace.

I especially want to highlight this last section:

Gade has also become important in another sense in this almost completely male-dominated sport, proving that role models really do make a difference. “I’ve noticed how much cooler engineering has become because of a girl doing it and one who is passionate about it, that’s what I am impressed by. It sounds really cheesy but it feels like I am putting something back,” she says. “I have had more women contact me through Formula Student, meeting teams who have female engineers. What has been interesting is how many younger kids, male and female, who have got in touch, and ones that suddenly put you on a pedestal as being a hero – which I don’t understand because I just do a job and everybody around me does the same thing. But crucially these kids who are asking questions are interested in engineering. You’re promoting what used to be not very cool. When I was at school if you liked science you were a bit of a weirdo.”

She is a anything but. It is no surprise that Gade, charming, talkative and engaging, should play down her own achievements and instead reveal how much pleasure she still takes from her chosen field. “Earlier this year I was a judge of the national school science and engineering competition,” she recalls. “I was sat alongside the first British female astronaut. It was incredible. I said: ‘Wow, you are so super cool’ and she said, ‘No, no, you are’. ‘But you get to go to space,’ I told her, and she said, ‘But you won Le Mans’. And I said, ‘But you got to go to space.’”

One wonders where Gade might go next. But while admiration for space travel is all well and good, her feet remain resolutely on the ground and the focus that has made her a pre-eminent race engineer suggests further wins are doubtless in store. “The way the technology is advancing at such a fast rate there is a lot more to do in endurance racing.” She is, understandably, “very happy where I am”.

Leena Gade is a true role model to women of colour in my opinion - she’s served as head engineer for the Audi Sport Team Joest squad that has dominated the 24 Hours of Le Mans - specifically, the driver trio of Andre Lotterer, Benoit Treluyer, and Marcel Fassler who have won it in three of the last four years.

Her ascenscion to a leading role in the team is chronicled in the documentary Truth in 24 II which also chronicles her squad’s first victory back in 2011.

I can’t express enough how much I admire Leena Gade and her contributions to motorsport and engineering, and hope for much more success for her in the years ahead.

salticinae:

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salticinae:

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in regards to the constructive critisissisismmumum for voice acting, Your voice is really great and you sound amazing, but your 'british' accent could use some work, the Accents with Amy series on youtube is a great starting point, a native frenchspeaking friend of mine used it to sound native
Anonymous

Thank you so much, Anon.

I am at a disadvantage seeing as I’m obviously not very English at all, and learned how to speak in that accent via having to teach and drill my fellow theatre students as an assistant director for a play several years ago.

I’ll keep this in mind, thank you. <3

fandemassa:

Singapore 2014