- Age / Gender:
- 17, Female
- Atlanta, GA
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Just a girl who likes voicing for animations and video games, and hopes to carry a lifelong career with that.
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Level 1 Voice Actor
Ranked as Civilian
Contact Info / Websites
Hey there! My name is Anairis Quinones. I've been voice acting for seven years on and off, and hope to make a career out of it. But since I've got other things to take care of first, I'm hanging out here in the indie scene. (Which makes the whole thing sound kind of hipster. Huh.)
Medium-low to high! My strength lies in lower voiced characters, typically more mature ones. Can voice little kids (boy or girl), teenagers, adults. Capable of being very energetic. Can do accents.
Acting wise, I'm capable of switching between cartoony and realistic. Animation has the more cartoony style, and video game has the more realistic style.
Video Game/Character (2015) (N/A)
Commercial (2015) (N/A)
No 'anime' reels, though you can check out this page.
Playlist of Voiceover work (Youtube)
Japanese - Conversational. Took two years of it and work on it on and off. Sample over here.
Spanish - Proficient. Raised in a Spanish household and understand it perfectly, though I don't speak or write it much. No samples at the moment.
Singing - Not professionally trained, though I've been singing since I was in the crib. Can sing in Japanese/Spanish, though no samples of that! Check out my demo (last updated March 2015)!
I try to be quick with lines. If given no deadline, I get all the lines in within two weeks of receiving the script unless something comes up. I'll let you know if that ever happens. If given a deadline, I'll definitely have it in before the deadline. But if something comes up--well, you know.
I try to record at least three takes per line, all separated because I'm sure it's easier to code it in than looking through a huge file. I have no problems with doing redos and try to get them in within three days, depending on how many need to be done.
I'll get back to you on this one. (For now, no.)
If booking, please include as many details as possible. Examples of your previous completed work (optional), concepts, character designs, tests, descriptions, etc! I'm very much more likely to accept if your project has made progress beyond just an idea.
Also, if you have an exact or approximate idea of how many lines I'll have as a character, I'd be happy to know it. I want to be sure I can get my part done for you, and your project rolling!
I don't mind voicing for free. If the project is commercial, I'd prefer to be paid. My rates are pretty low; 1 USD per line, including three takes and free redos if necessary.
You can also message me privately on here, though I'll get back to you quicker via email. (Sometimes I forget to check this site.)