Video game voice & face capture, London and Los Angeles.
We are an international rule and ground breaking voice casting, face capture and recording team.
Achim Heidelauf, Heathrun & Haemimont Games
Anthony Cardahi, Deep Silver
Daniel Candil, A Crowd of Monsters
David Wahlund, Fatshark
Jan "Poki" Müller-Michaelis, Daedalic Entertainment
Jan Theysen, KING Art Games
Kevin Mentz, Daedalic Entertainment
Tom Beardsmore, Coatsink Software
Our very own Matt Dear, Recording Engineer has been featured in this months MCV Magazine. Matt speaks about if own journey getting into games audio, giving great advice to those who may be on a similar path. Whether you might be just starting out or looking to get a full time job in games its a good read.
Check him out in print in the February issue of MCV or keep you eyes peeled for the online article on MCV.
A big OM welcome to Sasha James our new Production Assistant! Sasha joins our band of merry misfits after 10 long years in the book industry, so its pretty safe to say she loves stories as much as us!
Sasha will be assisting the team across many projects so expect to see her popping up everywhere and generally being very helpful.
Learn more about the OM team here
The eagerly awaited part two of Mark’s “Thoughts on casting” article is now live on gamesindustry.biz
Mark really gets down to the nitty gritty in this article. Outlining all the important steps developers should take to get that perfect actor cast in their game. Everything from casting to character briefs and what to look for in self tapes and auditions, Mark has you covered.
Mark also shares OM’s mark…
We’re delighted to see Mark’s recent post “Thoughts on game voice casting: Part One” being published on gamesindustry.biz
The article talks about Mark’s journey as a casting director and why we have set up OM the way we have. He also addresses how casting for games can be so incredibly difficult due to its creative processes and those who are involved.
Mark shares his best advice for developers o…
Our Founder Mark Estdale will be delivering a brand new voice over workshop at Ludicious Game Festival on Thursday 31st January.
Mark’s session will be tailored to the needs of the audience and will be an immersive practical hands on workshop focusing on voice recording and best practice for games. From script to casting methods, to recording and post production Mark will be available to poke and prod about anything VO.