One of the great developments for Live Oak in the 21st century has been the emergence of video games and CD narration.

On the game front, projects for Electronic Arts include the Spore Game and SimAnimals.

Earprint Productions has recorded many of their “sound stories” at Live Oak: projects include SFMOMA exhibition guides and Artcasts, Alcatraz Cruises audio tours, and guides for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and the Dallas Cowboys’ Art at Cowboys Stadium.

Signature Films is producing a documentary for the US Park Service, and they used our studio to record oral histories of the men and women who worked and lived in Richmond during World War II, capturing their memories about wartime production, community and health issues, child care for working mothers, workplace conditions, and discrimination. Listen to an interview with John Allen, the filmmaker, by visiting us on Facebook.