The Hebert Report

by Zac Bertschy,

ANNCast 066 - The Hebert Report

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It's another one of those weeks where there isn't much news, so instead of prattling on, I get straight to the interview with voice actor and candid dude Kyle Hebert. Kyle lets us peek behind the scenes a bit at what the lifestyle of a freelance voice actor is, how he interacts with his fans, convention work, and the hurdles involved in living on the west coast and commuting to Texas for work.

A quick warning: around the 17-minute mark the audio starts getting a little janky due to some Skype issues, but we clear it up around the 23-minute mark. Apologies for the inconvenience.

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ANNCast Episode 66 Breakdown

01:50 Kyle Hebert introduction

06:30 Kyle's shift from Texas to Los Angeles

16:50 The concept of voice actor as director/engineer/writer

19:10 Performing as Ryu and the reality of video game franchise work

22:50 The little things about working in anime that make it worthwhile

29:50 Kyle's voiceover "workouts" via skype

36:20 The blue collar reality of freelance voicework

40:20 Kyle's status as a true nerd's nerd

42:20 Twitter time! Fist of the North Star, Final Fantasy XIII and more!

And that's it! See you next time!

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