Mark your calendars!! Disney’s PLANES FIRE AND RESCUE flies into theatres everywhere on July 18th and I’m excited to share that I had quite the experience in the recording studio trying my voice at voicing Dipper!
I recently travelled to LA for a press junket for the soon to be released Disney movie Planes Fire and Rescue. One of my very very VERY favorite parts of these Disney press trips are the sessions spent in the recording booth. First of all, this recording booth is the SAME recording booth that the celebrities use to voice the Disney characters. Second of all … it’s so much fun!! (ok and a bit scary!) But it really gives you an idea of how hard voice acting can be, and it’s quite exciting to see your own voice as a Disney character!!
Disclosure: This event and trip to LA was an all expense paid journey sponsored by Disney. All thoughts, experiences and Disney character crushes are 100% my own!
All of the “voice magic” comes together thanks to these two guys, Casting Director, Jason Henkel, and Sound Engineer, Paul McGrath. They are so awesome to work with and honestly, I can see how fun that they make this for the real voice actors. Seriously, two super cool dudes:
Getting in the recording booth is a bit intimidating, so you have to bring your sense of humor. I definitely brought mine, as you can see below… but I love the end result, and that is thanks to the magic adjustments of Sound Engineer Paul McGrath, he makes it all look flawless! Voicing Dipper was so much fun!
Here’s a peek at my recording session and below that you will see the finished product:
Oh how I just can’t wait for you all to see this film… remember:
Disney Planes Fire & Rescue hits theatres July 19th, 2014!!
And a huge thanks to the folks at Disney for this wonderful and unforgettable experience, something I will never forget!
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Disney’s PLANES FIRE AND RESCUE flies into theatres everywhere on July 18th!
Can’t get enough Disney?
Make sure to check out my post about the time that I got to sketch with the Disney artists from Planes Fire and Rescue and my behind the scenes interview with Jeff Howard and Paul Gerard and of course, my interview with Bobs Gannaway (Director) and Ferrell Barron (Producer).
You can also enjoy my Maleficent coverage! Read my interview with Angelina Jolie (Maleficent), my interview with Elle Fanning (Princess Aurora) my interview with Sharlto Copley (King Stefan), my interview with Maleficent director Robert Stromberg, my own personal review of Maleficent, my interview with Sam Riley (Diaval) and make sure to follow @Maleficent on Twitter for the latest updates, and make sure to like MALEFICENT on Facebook so that you can keep up with all of the Maleficent excitement!
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