As we head back into events with no crowds, audiences are still looking for that authentic sound when they are watching their events, be it a murmur of prayer at a mass or shouting at the game.
That’s where Niall Fuentes of ‘Fake boos’ comes in
I have been creating fake crowd reactions since I was a teenager in my room.
He developed the love of pretending to be popular into a business, as the world developed into the need to get gratification of a crowd. Business had being ticking along, but now has gone through the roof.
Demand for crowds have never been higher. I used to only do Trump gigs, but now I’m doing all the Politicians.
However, though demand is welcome, as demands go up, it does raise a slight problem
In a Football game for example you need to raise the tempo and the shouting if there is a near miss or a good play. the teams want that experience. Also at a mass, the priest wants to feel the people are being energised by his chalice work.
Niall is looking to go into the laugh soundtrack field, previously monopolised by the Chuck Lorre
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