Hello all! The other Baker Street Regulars and I are here to solve your mysteries and more. This a blog for the upcoming new Sherlock Hooves radio play. Feel free to ask any questions as we bring you up to date on the progress of production. Now then, what are we waiting for? The game is a hoof!Comic Archive Audio Production Archive FAQ What is your inqury? Be it clue or composition feel free to contribute here.
We received a TON of auditions for the next episode and many of them were simply FANTASTIC however at the end of the day they’re only four roles. Who shall be voiced by the following:
Thank you all who auditioned, we will be keeping tabs on many of the ones we also wanted to use or thought would be better at possible future roles. To those picked expect emails from us very soon.
Thanks to all who auditioned. We’ve given an hour’s grace period in case anyone with a last minute entry needed to get one in. We’re closing auditions now, and will announce our choices within the next couple of days.
We have another opportunity for folks to audition and join The Division! We are currently seeking voices for the upcoming short anthology:
If you want to try out, here’s what you do:
- Follow this link to the audition files.
- Record the characters you want to play. Make sure to pay attention to the directions and guidelines in the document.
- Record on a good quality microphone, and save in MP3 or .wav format. Record each audition seperately, and put as the name for each audition: Chracter(YourNameHere), with ‘Sherlock Hooves Anthology Audition’ as the subject.
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ve got till July 12th to send in your auditions! On the 12th, we’ll send emails to all who were chosen.
We hope to discover yet more great talent out there, folks. So send in your auditions, and remember: even the smallest detail is important!
The game is ahoof!
Last call! 2 hours left before we close auditions!
Anonymous said: How long would it take after all the submissions for an audition were reviewed to know the results?
It depends on the auditions. Some we’re able to tell right away if they’re close or would be good for a part. Some we know aren’t quite right. The ones who we like are then separated and when all the voices are in, we look at the top-choices. When I say ‘we’ I mean myself (Fangirl), Sherlock, Code, and anyone who has written the script. We then come to a decision based on majority concensus.
So far, the longest it’s taken us to make a choice is a couple of days due to how small our group is, and the limited amount of auditions. Shortest was a few hours.
But rest assured, we don’t take casting lightly. We try to give everyone a chance, and encourage everyone to audition. If you aren’t chosen this time, next time you have a higher chance! Never give up, and always have fun.
Anonymous said: If I audition do I have to try out for all the characters or just one?
Well considering that there are both male and female roles, it’s pretty safe to assume you don’t have to try out for all of them, if you so choose. Pick and choose which ones you think your talent lends itself to the most. If you do multiple characters however please make each audition a separate audio file in your email.