Jul 22
2008

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Wild Wings
Mike Weber is both voices on this “Wild Thing” parody for an Arizona wing house. We customized one of our library music tracks to match the “lyrics” performed by Mike, then we digitally processed his voice to get the “Barry White” resonance needed.

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Jun 26
2008

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The Geekster
You can just picture the glasses and pocket protector on the geek in this spot that ran in several Florida radio markets.

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The Big Game

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Jun 05
2008

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NHRA
Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! This is one of those traditional sound effects laden raceway spots in all it’s loud glory. Part of an ongoing radio spot campaign we produce for this Tuscon, Arizona speedway. The copy is read with real attitude then some digital magic including pitch shifting, compression, EQ and a tight reverb add the final touches.

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Nov 28
2007

ron_paulIt’s no debate that technology is taking front stage in the Presidential race. While in town for the CNN/YouTube Republican debate, Congressman Ron Paul recorded radio commercials in Iowa from the CMR Studios in St. Petersburg. For studio owner Mike Weber the event was mildly ironic. He used to work in Iowa in 1976 when such a technological feat would have been far more uncommon. “We would spend a lot of money shipping tapes overnight between studios to do this.” Weber went on to say, “If you would have mentioned YouTube back then, people would have thought you were talking about real tubes in their TV sets!”

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May 10
2007

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Groundbreaking
Outdoor ambiance and sound effects are essential to set the scene for this event.

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May 07
2007

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Real Kids
The voices of kids in foster care searching for their “forever family” make this message even more emotional. Originally recorded for presentation with the photo portraits in the Pinellas/Pasco Heart Gallery these are their real thoughts. The quotes were edited out of hours of interviews conducted with these children.

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Oct 16
2006

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I Pledge
We recreated a press conference in the Florida Governor’s office in our studio for this advocacy commercial. Bonnie Agan plays the role of the Governor’s secretary. The large “press corps” group was actually done with only three voices.

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Oct 13
2006

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Dingfelder Follies
Mike Weber goes into show announcer mode for this Broadway musical political spot parody. All of the music and effects background was customized from tracks in the CMR library.

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Oct 02
2006

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Big Al
Political spots don’t have to be hard hitting to get the message across. This one used humor very effectively for this Florida House race. Lanny Fuettere gives a great character voice read to make Big Al a friendly believable guy.

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