Sound director Masafumi Mima who has worked in anime series like Boku no Hero Academia and Pokemon, uploaded to your account twitter a small photo gallery showing how the voice recordings are being made in the booths of the Japanese studios.


Before the pandemic situation hit Japan and the world in general, the recordings were made with the entire cast in the same space with shared microphones and only a screen in which they saw the vignettes of their respective dialogues.

Now, with the rules of social distancing, voice actors and actresses work in individual modules with their own microphone and screen in addition to being separated by meter spaces and full length barriers.


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