Wednesday, January 14, 2009
We were invited to appear on another radio show and this time we went down to the station to be on the show. Sound & Vision's radio station broadcasts out of the Peterson Automotive Museum on Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles on FM, AM and Satelite to around 1,000,000 listeners. I'd never actually been to the museum before, so being able to walk around the place at 9:00 in the morning before it actually opened was pretty cool.
Along with motorcycles from 1919, and a Rolls Royce the size of a boat from 1925, you can get up close and personal with some gorgeous movie cars, such as Grease Lightning, used in the film Grease and Herbie from The Love Bug.
The host, Mike Etchart, made things comfortable for us, and the show was pretty fun as we settled in to talk about our favorite subject: Voice Acting. There were some good questions, and I think that there is something to learn by listening to the show if you are new to the field.
Several people called in to answer the trivia question asked by Mike "Who played the voice of Bugs Bunny (and Yosemite Sam, Daffy Duck, and Barney Rubble...)?" (listen to the podcast of the show for the answer) and won free copies of the Adventures in Voice Acting DVD. It's always great doing these interviews with Tony. He's so comfortable behind the mic, you can hear it in his voice. Me on the other hand, I probably sound like a geek. LISTEN TO THE BROADCAST
We just found out that WIRED may do an editorial or review of AiVA which is exciting news! I'll definitely update this when we get more info on that.
We did have to cancel our voice acting workshops in December due to holiday conflicts. But we are resuming now, and we're considering holding workshops soon in Atlanta, Dallas and New York early this year. The first workshop out of California is planned for Washington DC on Monday, February 16th. It has not been officially announced yet, but to sign up, you can go here. It will fill up pretty quickly. There are still a few seats left in the January 17 intermediate level workshop left as well.
INFO ABOUT SOUND & VISION:
The world’s largest entertainment equipment magazine for more than 40 years, Sound & Vision hits the airwaves every week to broadcast the latest information on home theater, audio, video and multimedia products. As digital technology continues to transform the home and redefine our leisure time, Sound & Vision Radio is there to satisfy the curiosity of the dedicated enthusiast while giving everyday consumers the confidence they need to explore the benefits of, and ultimately purchase, these revolutionary new products.
Each week Sound & Vision Radio brings to its listeners the latest information on consumer electronics, lively discussions with entertainment and industry insiders, product reviews from the editorial staff at the magazine, and answers to a host of listener’s questions.