She's pretty good, but every time I've seen the show, it's exactly the same. Timing, inflections, and never a stumble or cough, or anything amiss. The whole show I believe is a lip-synch, after all, you don't think someone is backstage voicing king triton or Ursula do you? If you're going to use pre recorded movie sounds, it's easier just to do the whole thing than mix live and prerecorded stuff.Hi! My family is in an argument about this! Any answers?
It's most apparent that she's live just after her transformation at the end. She's speaking live, but Eric (with his back to the audience) is recorded. They don't sound close to the same quality.Ariel does her own singing live at Voyage. As do Belle and Gaston in Beauty & the Beast. All other voices are prerecorded.
good answer beyondyou! I am taking an educated guess, but i know that you are or were a cast member! Right?there is only 1 ariel in all of disneyworld and she sings everything on her own :d
Well, all of the music is obviously pre-recorded.a good 90% of the audio for shows at disney are prerecorded and lip synced
Equity rules stipulate that there must be an understudy available for all roles at all performances. If the performer has vocal issues that would prevent him or her from performing, they would simply put the understudy on.And I'd assume there is a pre-recorded backup track if the performer has vocal problems that day?