Immersing the actor in the environment of the game provides the necessary context to create extraordinary performances. The work is inspired by the Game Immersive Voice Recording (GIVR) method developed by Mark Estdale and used in his studios OM London and OM Los Angeles (Vault 501). It's a ground-breaking way for you to excel in performing voice over for video games. It frees you up to deliver a connected and subtly nuanced performance.
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Facilitating your creative process
Trine is a sought-after acting teacher in voice over for games, healer and performer. Teaching actors and other creatives how to get into the flow of the creative process is her passion. Learn more about Trine and how to tap into the creative flow that is available for each of us to co-create with.
I took the GIVR-PCap workshop at Vault 501 (OM Los Angeles) and it’s the second time I’ve taken a GIVR class – the process itself is revelatory for the way an actor works with gaming scripts. The GIVR system uses a mic attached to the actor themselves, giving you total freedom of movement, and the ability to focus on your read rather than where the mic is. Aside from all of the amazing information and experience I received, Trine’s directing style had the most impact on me. She truly understands how to speak to actors and she finds just the right words to get the very best out of each person. She never over-directed or gave a generic direction. Each person she worked was given very actionable suggestions that improved even the best takes into something so much more. ~ Michael Orenstein, VO Actor