By Stephanie Ciccarelli
August 17, 2008
While at Pat Fraley's workshop over the weekend, we got talking and discovered that nearly 40-45% of voice actors are left-handed!
I'm curious to know which you are (left or right-handed?).
Leave a comment to let us know here at VOX Daily.
Usually people who are left-handed are among the minority (if not the only person at the dinner table), but we were surprised to see that almost half of the people at the Pat Fraley workshop over the weekend were left-handed!
It's a good thing we talked it over before sitting down to dinner. Us right-handed folks sat on one side and the lefties were on the other, among them Pat Fraley and Voices.com's CEO, David Ciccarelli.
Does it really make a difference what your dominant hand is when voice acting and for audio engineering? Any advantages or disadvantages that you'd like to share?
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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