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Dubbing Companies

Discussion in 'The Anime Forum' started by Space Cadet, Mar 26, 2003.

  1. Space Cadet

    Space Cadet I'M SWEATING
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    What are the processes to start you're own dubbing company?
     
  2. Cyporiean

    Cyporiean lvl 99 Otaku

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    Do you have a few million to spare?
     
  3. EinBebop

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    What if I were to do all the voices myself? :shake:
     
  4. Arxane

    Arxane Hehe...guess what, fellas...

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    I can guess there are several things you need:

    - A studio with all the necessary equipment in quality condition.
    - People to maintain that studio and that equipment.
    - Voice directors who actually know what they're doing
    - A very wide selection of talented voice actors (and I mean very wide selection; why else does Funimation get criticized all the time with its dubbing studio?)
    - A solid reputation or good word to get recommended to anime distributors such as Bandai, Pioneer, etc.
    - Money to pay everyone
    - Membership in one of these silly unions so everyone gets paid fairly
    - A catchy name
    - Lots and lots of the following: patience, time, money, blood, sweat, and tears.

    And you know what? What I said probably oversimplifies everything!
     

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