Lip sync matters to me because I believe that it is utilized by artists who are recording for the purpose of creating particular effects, and may give the wrong impression to the audience about the person using it. It can additionally be used in making it appear as if an actor possesses some musical ability, which could not be the case. This is especially applicable when they are performing live dances to large audiences or when they want to cover for certain inefficiencies they might encounter in the course of their performances like illnesses. Television stations have been known to commonly force lip syncing performances for guests who appear shortly in their shows. This is because lip syncing requires little practice time and greatly makes the sound mixing process to appear simple. I believe that several artists use their lip syncing techniques when they are not confident with the act assisting them in the elimination of the probability of hitting bad notes during their performances. During a live performance, many fans and other industry members frown at those practicing lip syncing as adopting strategies used by armatures.
During the recording of a video for a song, the video along with music tracks are usually separately recorded. This enables the performing artists to lip sync during their songs and imitate playing music instruments (Miller, Vandome & McBrewster, 101). Lip syncing is an act that is greatly facilitated by the inability of an artist’s lung to hold through the physical