Trampy Shadows

I did this Dramatic Reading Remix assignment for 3.5 stars. I found Chelsea Irizarry’s Shadow Theme Song and thought it sounded really cool. I decided to do a dramatic reading of Frank Sinatra’s The Lady is a Tramp, because I’ve established it as Delia’s favorite song. Dramatic readings are one of my favorite things- I have a special hat […]

Bumper to Bumper

I made a new bumper for 2.5 stars because I wanted to improve upon my first one. I tried to give it the same sort of glitchy feeling, but I also used radio static to feel more natural. This way, it’s useable for old-timey or modern shows. I felt that my first attempt layered the […]

REDEMPTION

So when I did my sound effects story (3.5) for Delia people were saying that they didn’t know what was happening. I tried to clean things up in this one- spend less time on the soundscape and just put sound effects together for a clearer story. Here, a woman wakes up, yawns, showers, drives, enters […]

Spam spam spam spam

This was a quick one-star assignment to read spam. I interpreted it in a different way- I read a SPAM radio ad from the ’50s instead. I found the ad here and thought what it would sound like if Delia read it- small-time voice actress and all. After I found the ad, I had to transcribe […]

He’s a bad boy

I did the theme song assignment for 4 stars. I created a theme song for Delia by combining major ideas about her- The piano prelude sets a tone, and of course the lovely Ella Fitzgerald pining and lamenting love. She sings to her audience, telling them to drink and enjoy themselves as she waits. The […]

What a tramp.

That’s why the lady is a tramp! For this 4 star assignment, I made a typographic poster of The Lady is a Tramp sung by Frank Sinatra and many others. I had already established that Delia idolized Frank in this post, and I thought that this song would be her favorite as it’s all about being exciting […]

Calling Cards… OF DOOM

  I made a business card for 2 stars. I thought I could make a calling card for Delia, since she would be using these in order to get her name out and possibly get into some trouble. I found inspiration in Mary Lou Williams’ business card because of its beauty and simplicity. I also added contact […]