By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 4, 2011
Last weekend I was introduced to a video called "The Ultimate Dog Tease" by someone who came by my booth at Culture Days.
After taking out my trusty iPhone and booting up the YouTube app, I could see why this video has amassed over 63 million views!
What can The Ultimate Dog Tease teach us?
Find out more in today's VOX Daily!
Andrew Grantham of Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada has taken dubbing to a whole new level with his Talking Animals channel on YouTube.
You may have seen The Ultimate Dog Tease. If you haven't, take a look now:
Grantham's uploads have been watched over 167,165,389 times and The Ultimate Dog Tease has been covered by Good Morning America among other media outlets.
Dubbing isn't limited to anime and foreign films...you can pretty much dub over anything! While I was watching, the thought crossed my mind that you could dub over YouTube videos to practice your improvisational skills and develop characters on the fly.
1. Find a video that you'd like to dub.
2. Watch the video in its entirety to get a feel for characters, timing, etc.
3. Mute the video and start dubbing!
à¹ Movie Trailers
à¹ Sports matches
à¹ Highlight reels
à¹ Talk shows
à¹ Music videos
à¹ Political debates
If you've dubbed, whether professionally or for fun, be sure to let us know about your experiences and why you enjoy dubbing!
StephanieRelated Topics: booth, cartoons, iPhone, YouTube
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