Grace Coolidge with Laddie Buck, an Airedale Terrier, and Rob Roy, a white Collie. For me, Scott and his crew do with audio what a great director does when framing up a beautiful shot. They have a perspective. They compose a[…]
So… we experienced some extreme winter weather during the holiday break. Thankfully we never lost power here at the studio and were thus able to help our friends at Entergy produce some Public Service Announcements addressing power outages in the area. Here’s a pic of Oscar Washington, the Director of Customer Service for Entergy Arkansas,[…]
As you can see, this month, we had the pleasure of meeting John Philpot of AETN’s Arkansas Outdoors. John came in from the wilds of Arkansas to record the following radio spot: Morsoy Radio Though an avid outdoorsman, John is no stranger to the interior of a vocal booth. In talking to him about his[…]
So… we’ve got a new VO booth. It’s pretty cool. We’ll have hi-res pictures soon. But, so far, the talent’s been diggin’ our new digs. Here’s an Instagram I got of Adrian last week. Maybe this can be a new thing too. Instead of Sleeve Faces we can start shooting Script Faces.
Occasionally a dove will come perch on our sign.
Our couches have decided they’re too cool for us. When they first moved in, these albino twins just stared blankly in different directions and sighed all day. We tried to get to know them but they shunned our advances. Sure, they were polite about it but we got the message. You can look but don’t[…]
This time on our back door. Last time it was out front. BTW, MOMCHILOV was the name of a photography studio that used to be in our building many years ago. They also hit the AC unit. Neat.
Merry Xmas from the Dog. PS. Thanks Doug for the idea. PPS. It’s 60 degrees here today.
Scott was testing a bluetooth headset he mounted in his motorcycle helmet yesterday. Sometimes I wonder about the boy. He looks rather Daft Punk-ish, n’est pas? Too bad he doesn’t have a bluetooth vocoder.
Tracy Byrd stopped by the studio today to record a voice over for a new :30 Radio. Pictured above, Tracy with little buddy Scott Minor.
It just didn’t seem fair to add this sleeve face to our gallery without including a shot of the man behind the “‘Big’ Tiny Little” cover, writer and musician Kevin Kerby.
Occasionally we let Scott out of the office, usually to grab a bite to eat or ride his motorcycle. Yesterday we had the opportunity to let him actually work outside. The project was called “what do you think of my green striped shirt?” As you can see, Scott really had to hassle this particular young[…]