GameCulture Goes Inside the Voice Actor’s Studio

It is common (and bad) practice to seek voice actors late in the development process when the script is almost finished when “getting the voices in” is high on the agenda. The process: get game working, rewrite voice script to match final gameplay, cast actors, record actors, get voice assets in game and get it mastered before the deadline.

A high percentage of my time is spent talking with dev teams and publishers regarding best practice as this common practice, deemed expedient, doesn’t lead to good results.

Good stuff over here.