ISDN may seem like old technology but it just flat works real well for the voice actor and those who employ him. ISDN lines and hardware/software codecs allow for CD quality voice transmission in real time between studios around the globe. Think of it as a microphone with a really really long cord.
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- Voice Acting: Don't Run Away From Your Emotions, But Tap Them Wisely To Voice Scripts, by Paul Strikwerda June 21, 2013