The COVID pandemic has changed so much of our daily lives at home, in our neighborhoods, and at work. For voice actors, this meant recording from home instead of going to the studio, which for some has been a huge challenge, but it has also changed the dynamic of the casting process, opening the door to cast beyond your local region.
With anime, remote recording has made everyone’s work a bit more difficult, despite the convenience of not having to commute to the studio. The following article plots the journey that production studios, actors, directors, and engineers traversed in this past year and a half to bring us the shows we love.
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