Villani prepares audio for popular video game
Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 626 hits
Dave Villani, instructor of communications and integrative arts at Penn State Altoona, has worked with video game producer Activision to prepare audio content for a popular video game. Villani recorded and engineered various voice tracks for the hit game "Call of Duty." He worked with actor and comedian TJ Miller to prepare this content, mixing it in his Data Music Services audio studio in Altoona. TJ Miller has appeared in a wide range of venues, including network appearances with David Letterman and Jay Leno. This edition of the "Call of Duty" game sold over a million units in its first week of release. Villani is teaching an advanced audio class for the communications program this semester.