For me, cartoon soundtracks are the highest level of work you can get, because there is no production sound. Everything is recorded from scratch cleanly and mixed together at the dub. Since the dialog can be pushed right through just about anything that's going on, you find that you can, actually, be more bombastic and louder and more aggressive than in feature films and dramatic television. You have a wider range of possibilities...(Film Score Monthly's site was MIA yesterday, so I wasn't able to get the link then.)
[B:TAS producer] Tom Reugger called me up with this wonderful story. When the trading cards came out, he and his three sons went to the toy store to get them. They were driving back in the car, and each had opened their packets. They were asking each other "Who'd you get?" And then one of them would hold up the card and say "I got..." And he would sing the music for the character. And I thought that was like a dream come true for me.
Walker on Walker Part Four: Shirley Walker and the Dark Knight get animated
"I'll know they'd have run out of Star Wars names if they ever go to the planet Cromulent..."
That was vivid. I dreamed I was staying in an immersive park, think Disney's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge if it had lodging, and someone had decided…
I will write about a non-election-related topic. Okay. Star Wars. In the Nineties, after I'd spent years watching the films and listening to the…