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Old 2012-02-16, 23:45   Link #64
NoemiChan
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Originally Posted by DonQuigleone View Post
They're both in the field of primarily using their voices, and a lot of seiyuu can sing.
Definitely true in my view because both does requires skills in pronounciation , fluency and timing.

I remember a post that said that why should they need to be fluent in other languages particular English, if their target audience are Japanese only... Hmm... as if they don't export them overseas and even have them dubbed to other language if they don't target outside consumers as well.

Being a seiyuu is a great profession, and like other profession... it needs to be polish more and more and have to be updated... and learning English and being fluent in it is something advantageous. Why have foreign dubbers if the language could be learn. It's same as people learning to be fluent in Japanese.
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