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Radio Play Demo Reel

UNCSA - Henry V

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts chose to do a radio play production of Shakespeare's Henry V. We gave actors microphones to record individually at home, while all acting with each other over Zoom. I was the assistant recording and editing engineer, where I assisted putting together the various takes to assemble the dialogue, then aided in cutting sound effects and mixing down the entire show. Below are some excerpts from the production, and more information can be found here.

"Work your thoughts, and therein see a siege"
Act 3 Prologue, Battle of Harfleur - UNCSA
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"They killed our boys in the camps"
Act 4 Scene 7 Transition - UNCSA
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Director: Sara Bcker

Sound Design and Composition: Ian Vespermann

Assistant Sound Designer: Weston Felker

Recording and Editing Engineer: Lance Perl

BYU Voice Acting Class

After spending a full semester learning about voice acting, BYU's voice acting class records a full length radio play. The professor asked me to then do the sound design for it afterwards. After receiving the lines they recorded during class, I mixed the dialogue down and added all the effects and music on top of it. Below are some excerpts of those plays.

At Midnight on the 31st of March
At Midnight on the 31st of March - BYU Voice Acting Class
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I Saw Myself Running
I Saw Myself Running - BYU Voice Acting Class
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My Dear Niece
My Dear Niece Ep. 1 - BYU Voice Over Class
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My Dear Niece Ep. 2 Excerpt - BYU Voice Acting Class
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DISCLAIMER: As these were created solely for an academic purpose, I do not own the rights to the music used in the episodes.

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