How do actors go about recording for animated movies?
Do they each go in and record their own lines and then it is pieced together in editing? Or do they all go in and do it sort of like a script reading so they can react better to each others voices? Just curious! Thanks in advance!
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
For the most part they each record their individual lines and the string it into a conversation. Some do the group thing though most don't. Animated movies are mostly done by individuals. Shows tend to be in groups.Source(s): Saw a recording of spongebob live
- AʟʟɪѕоиLv 51 decade ago
If you're doing an animated show it's most likely they're all ni the same room reading their lines together. When it comes to an expensive animated movie that's for theater viewing, they do it individually and ,like the person above me said, string the voices together so it makes a full conversation instead of one character just talking to themself.