A few months ago, we hired a voice impersonator to play Arnold Schwarzenegger on the other end of a phone call (it was awesome). During the process of interviewing people, I realized that there are a lot of voice impersonators in the world. Like, way more than you would ever expect. Surely they need to practice their voices, and surely their spouses/children/friends have listened to them practice one too many times.
The solution: build an app that helps voice impersonators from all over the world connect and practice over the phone together using Sinch app-to-app calling. To make sure one impersonator doesn’t take over the phone call, only let 1 person talk at a time. For example, Person A gets 2 minutes to practice while Person B is muted, then vice versa, and then have a few minutes where they can both talk and give feedback.
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