By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 12, 2008
Does an ISDN session ever leave you feeling like you're having an Out-Of-Voice Experience? Speaking to and hearing disembodied voices can be a rather interesting way to spend your time. Can you relate?
Voice actor Jonathan Nail commented the other day that he felt rather detached from his voice, saying via Twitter, "Did an ADR session yesterday where the director was in Atlanta & the engineer was in Detroit. Talking to voices in my head."
To this, I had to reply!
My reply was "Sounds like an out of voice experience! That's quite the concept, eh?".
Limited on each end to 140 characters, the discussion was brief yet inspirational.
For those of you who have used ISDN, or for that matter, been directed through a pane of glass, you may relate to what we're talking about.
Comment and share your story!
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