It’s been 16 years and I still get a kick out of the Muffy character I play on Arthur! The Muff (as I like to call her!) is confident and sassy and goes after what she wants. What a great model for young gals. Okay, fine, she’s a bit spoiled and snotty at times, but nobody’s perfect :) We had our first record today out of 20 for this upcoming season. It’s great to be back in action! Click below to hear some Muffy snippets from seasons past!
- Muffy money advice Muffy gives money advice
- Muffy sad Muffy and the cherry tree
- Muffy fashion critic Muffy the fashion critic
- Muffy humble Muffy does greeting cards
Hello there friends and voice lovas! I have a spicy demo for you this evening performed by the lovely Erica Wood. I am so feeling her deep and dark villainess in the first spot. She has quite the polished mischievous laugh! I think her youthful character pieces are totally adorable and she has a nice wide-eyed approach to her reads. It was a pleasure working with you Ms.Wood and I think it’s fair to say you now have one fine voice demo to your name!
Erica Wood Erica Wood Animation Voice Demo10.24.11
I’d like to extend a big thank you to the people from Youth Without Shelter for asking me to be a part of their awesome fundraiser called Tokens4Change. I had a blast voice directing this piece! I’d also like to give a shout out to a student of mine Toyin Ajimati for lending his voice to this project and for doing such a kick ass job! Check it out and help spread the word! Also if you’d like to get involved, please visit their website at http://www.yws.on.ca/category/get-involved.
Check out the fancy lil’ article I wrote for VOX Daily!
It’s about the 6 key elements that can contribute to making an animation demo come alive and get you noticed. If you want more info or have any questions about making a voice demo of your own and how to get started, don’t hesitate to get in touch! Happy reading!
That’s right my friends, only ONE SPOT left for the Nov-Dec six week in-studio cartoon class. Who will be the lucky ducky to snag it?!?
Good evening fine blog readers! I’m silly excited to introduce Andrew Cromwell to you all. This dude is the real deal when it comes to character play. Andrew’s versatility is amazing. With ease he flits from the strong and masculine type with his full bodied voice and then in the next breath he’s an old timer muttering about “kids these days” and then poof, he transforms into Elmo’s twin brother! I admire Andrew’s ability to free style and flow in his characters. I’m very proud of the dedication and focus he’s had over the last couple of months working towards his demo recording. Congrats to you Andrew for knocking it out of the booth (yep, that’s a right, I swapped park for booth). Pow!
Andrew Cromwell Andrew Cromwell Animation Voice Demo
Spots for the upcoming 6-week Cartoon Class are flying off the shelf like hot cakes! So don’t delay here ladies and gents, register today! I especially would like to make a shout out to all you fabulous females to sign up since at this point it’s ALL guys! Are you gonna leave a lady all on her own?!? Hehhee.10.12.11
- Deconstructing cartoon scripts to get the most out the information you are given
- Creating new and original characters through physicalization, imagination and sound play
- How to record as an ensemble
- How to execute an audition read with great shape, pacing and delivery
- Auditioning for multiple parts- how to make each character shine
- How to use energy levels, accents and speech quirks to your benefit
- All work will be recorded for you to take home on a cd
PLUS, the opportunity to perform and get personal feedback from one of Toronto’s top voice agents, James Crammond from Noble Caplan Abrams.