So, you’d like to make a mod one day. But you’re not that good at level design or writing, you’d learn ancient Sumerian cuneiform before you’d stand a chance of learning coding, and you can’t do texturing or modelling. What can you do, then? Well, maybe you’ve got a voice of gold! Which means you could become a voice actor. But finding projects that need voice acting can be a challenge, because so many mods forget about voice acting, or leave it for the very final stages of development, assuming their mod will even make it that far. But finding a voice actor for your project can also be quite a challenge. Asking around can be tough because there isn’t really one particular place where you’ll find voice actors.
Just to underline the importance of good voice acting, I don’t think I need to remind anyone of Portal: Prelude, one of the more infamous Portal mods, where the voice acting was done entirely by low-quality text-to-speech synthesizers. The mod itself garnered mixed to negative reception, but the robotic voice acting was almost universally hated. But PlanetPhillip might have the solution to these voice acting problems.