Voice actors may work in recording studios, where they record dialogue for animated films or video games. These studios are often small and soundproof, with high-quality microphones and other equipment to capture the actor’s voice. Voice actors may work alone or with other actors, depending on the project. Regardless of their specialization, actors must be able to work collaboratively with other members of the production team, including directors, producers, and other actors. They must also be able to adapt to changing schedules and be flexible in their availability. Actors may spend a lot of time auditioning for roles, which can be a competitive and often unpredictable process.