So it looks like I can finally announce my involvement in one of the projects I’ve been under a non disclosure agreement about: Guitar Hero Live!
In March, I spent three days working at Shepperton Studios recording voices for featured audience members in several different levels, including the level featured in the above trailer. Here’s a cheeky photo I took of the studios on the day:
The team had recorded the visuals previously but needed voice artists to do some ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) on featured audience members at the front of the stage, and to provide general whoops or boos for when the player was doing well or badly.
The recording was done on a sound stage and the recording felt very much like my experience of festivals: lots of fun, very tiring and great times making new friends.
As a fan of the series myself (I own the “Warriors of Rock” edition for the PS3) it was nice to be one of over four hundred actors who made Guitar Hero Live possible. If you play the game and think you hear me, please get in touch. I’d love to see what made it into the final game.
Guitar Hero Live is released in the autumn. More details on Guitar Hero Live can be found here.