Above is a CD of my rough mix of voices for Krunch&the Kid. It was great fun. I got to sit for a few hours with an editor (Thanks Mike Petak!) and pick all the versions of the voice recordings that I thought worked best. And then Mike made this cool label for it that I want to frame! He’s a label master!
Archive for September, 2005
Above is an original BG for the set on Wham!Bam!Pow! Action Hour! where Krunch and the Kid do their daily show. I thought it needed a little more and also to look less theatrical. Sooo….
The original BG above was the only one I found needed a little push. It seemed a bit dull. Soooooo
This is the new BG with my corrections. I went online and found some pictures of soundstages and tried to make it feel more like a TV soundstage. I hope you agree that it’s better!
Today I mix my voices. Fun, fun, fun.
Jim Worthy of Fairly Odd Parents fame has started doing Background layout on the show. He came in on the weekend and whipped out some awesome stuff. Here’s one of the entrance to Funny Bros. Pictures where Krunch & the Kid do their live show within a show, The Wham!Bam!Pow! Action Hour! with Krunch & the Kid!
I can’t wait to see more. The vision is becoming a reality!!!
I recorded the final voice for Krunch & the Kid. Mark Hamill of Star Wars fame came in and did the prima donna Director who screams alot at Krunch and the Kid.
It was great. We spent a few minutes talking about what voice he should use. Finally I decided to havve him just go with his own voice. Mark Hamill as Crazy Director. Maybe not a great stretch.
Mark didn’t seem totally happy doing himself though, so we talked some more and he suggested an upper crust British accent. I thought that sounded too cliche so I asked him if he had a working class accent. He did. Apparently Star Wars was shot in England and all the crew was working class Brits and he’s had that accent ever since. So he did a pass with that voice and it really worked. Very funny.
Now it’s on to the record [Read more…]
I recorded 7 voices this week for Krunch & the Kid. My wife made strawberry Cheesecake and we all laughed and ate. It was great! Here are my bad caricatures of the voice talent…
Kevin Michael Richardson is Krunch, the monster. He’s mostly done villains so doing a weepy, unstable 500lb monster was a nice change for him, I think. He also did the Rasta-guy and the announcer.