If you’ve been near a radio or TV this summer you’ve likely heard something produced at Baker Sound in recent months.

Oink Ink’s prolific Price brothers could probably use a vacation after producing new radio spots for Advanced Auto Parts, Carquest, Jeopardy!, K12, Lowes, Quicken Loans, Staples, and Wheel of Fortune. Meanwhile, Allebach cooked up some tasty new spots for Entenmanns, Philly Gourmet, and Utz, while The Karma Agency delivered new radio for Mainline Health and Longwood Gardens. We helped our friends at Brownstein Group assemble new English and Spanish radio spots for Ikea, and then did the same for the fine folks at Pep Boys. Caspari McCormick inspired us with compelling new spots for the Museum of the American Revolution, and amidst all of this we continued our ongoing work for WPVI and the Phillies.

For those who prefer their audio with pictures, Content posted new TV for Dover International Speedway and Knoebels Amusement Resort, while Visual Innovations unleashed new spots in their “The Zoo Changes You” campaign for The Philadelphia Zoo, and the team from Visit Philadelphia stopped by to record and mix a new spot promoting our favorite city.

In other production news, actor Bowman Wright was in to rerecord dialog for the recent Chicago P.D. episode Grasping for Salvation, Meghan Strange continues to voice separate characters for Disney’s Sophia the First and The Lion Guard animated series, and Jo Twiss stopped by to record some lines for an episode of the upcoming Netflix crime drama Seven Seconds. Baker’s Rick DiDonato also worked with Cadient to give voice to Joppa, an interactive robot owned and operated by Robot Rentals U.S. The “robothespian” appeared on behalf of software developer Cognizant at the recent Drug Information Association meeting in Chicago.

Our MONSTER TRACKS music division is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary and composer Chuck Butler has been blogging about some of the notable projects he’s handled in three decades of original music production. You can find the series at (or by liking us on Facebook). In other news, Chuck recently donated music production services to a student vocal competition organized by South Jersey’s CAST (Creative Arts Summer Theater), and several of the young contestants wound up getting some real-world experience when Chuck subsequently hired them to sing a special rendition of the well known Jeopardy TV theme for use in an Oink Ink produced radio spot promoting the 2017 Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament. Chuck also worked with Chris Mottola Consulting to create a jazzy score for a recent Horizon NJ Health TV spot.

Finally, Baker has recorded a flurry of new audiobook titles. Author Andrew Ervin read his book Bit by Bit, an examination of the impact of video games on our culture. Meanwhile, narrator Laural Merlington voiced several new releases including The I-5 Killer, Ann Rule’s true story of convicted serial killer Randall Woodfield; Emily Climbs and Emily’s Quest, the second and third installments in L. M. Montgomery’s classic trilogy; Potatoes Not Prozac, Dr. Kathleen DesMaisons' bestselling guide to overcoming sugar dependency; and All the Real Indians Died Off, in which authors Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker bust many long-held myths about Native American history and culture.

We hope everyone had a wonderful summer, and look forward to seeing you in the fall!

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