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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Projects Re-energized


So last weekend I downloaded some sweet freeware that allowed me to rip an editable wav audio track right out of a downloaded movie. I didn't realize how easy this was, or how useful, until now.

I've extracted the whole audio track from a Justice League cartoon... the same cartoon that I painstakingly transcribed a script for, and rerecorded all the spoken lines for (using voices of various friends that volunteered to look silly.) The biggest problem I had, after recording the lines, was figuring out how to synch them all up perfectly, and then how to remaster the cartoon with the new audio track. By using the original soundtrack as a reference in my multitrack audio recording suite, I believe I can now do that easily! Which means I might have a watchable Justice League cartoon (with characters now voiced by Stave It Off diehards Diane, Mel, Alex, Clay, etc.) in time for the next movie night. We'll see. The hardest part will be redoing the ambient music and sound effects (unless I opt to forego them or try to salvage them from the original soundtrack.)

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At 12/13/2006 02:39:00 PM, Anonymous Jimmimoose said...

As an aspiring character- and voice-actor, I'm horribly offended that I was not included in this project. Good thing I hate the Justice League.

 
At 12/13/2006 02:52:00 PM, Blogger Johnbai3030 said...

Well, I was going to ask you to come voice WonderWoman, but I was afraid you couldn't muster enough toughness in your voice for the part.

 
At 12/15/2006 02:19:00 PM, Anonymous mel said...

Luckily Mighty Mel was there to do the job!

I'm looking forward to the premiere.

 

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