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Voiceography - Voiceographer - the newest innovation to Animation Studio Productions
In 2014, he officially released his Notes on the subject “Voiceography”
Voiceography is the art of designing Voice Characters specifically to a character and the characters description and to edit and "in-depth" a character description for the purpose of perfecting the instructions to the Voice Artist. The Voiceographer supports Producers, Directors and Casting professionals primarily in the Animation Industry by being an intermediate between the Voice Actor and the Design teams.
Voiceography is a position of identifying and uniting the right Artist with the right Art and analyzing Voice Productions and design productions to instruct primarily in the thematic of Vocology, Manner of articulation, Vocal pedagogy, Body Movements, Expressions and Demeanor's. Voiceographers are often Voice Actors, Actors, Producers and Writers themselves, showing a leadership skill and understanding to insure a smooth intermediation.
Voiceographers are the supports unite that functions into both directions, the Animation Design Teams by Acting out Impressions and movements for the purpose of realistically designing human movements. Either based on realistic movements or fictional movements the Voiceographer will act out the impression suitable for the scene on set. On the other hand the Voiceographer instructs the Voice Artist in order to improve the connection between both Productions.
The beginning of the 21st Century has seen a massive increase of Animated Productions throughout the world, with innovation and improvements constantly erupting. The Voice Industry has been suffering from lack of innovation and leadership during this process. It is believed that this process synchronizes productions and levels of production quality, producing high quality end results that could reach a more realistic Product.
This method of Voiceography was developed and publicly announced first by Patric Paul Avery (Actor) during a presentation on Animation in the 21st century in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is meant to emphasize the importance on unifying 3D Animation Production and Voice Acting and creating an intermediate for the two Production levels.