|Voice, Sound, Talent Scout, Casting and Direction|
History with the Team
Getting through Chapter 1.
It was the first time I was made to handle a massive workload with a vastly underestimated assigned deadline.
Due to mods not exactly being known for putting high attention-to-detail in the Voice Acting department - expectations of one person doing all of this in time, as a volunteer, were set too high.
And I refused to delegate any of the specialist tasks because I wanted to maintain high standards throughout (we didn't have anyone else with enough experience in this field).
Needless to say, by the time after Chapter 2 released with high praise for VO, me releasing my VO management guide, and being commended by members of Fallout 4's own crew - my methods have not been questioned since.
Links to Share
If you're curious, here's some behind-the-scenes of what's involved in the voice acting process:
Voiceover Management Guide for Bethesda Modding Community by khobis
And there's this SoundCloud profile I made just for SS goofs if you want a giggle.