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Dialogue Mashup

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As demonstrated by the Movies Mashup episode of the radio show The Truth, take two different movies and extract the dialogues scenes of actors form each, then re-edit them to create a story as if the characters from different movies were in the same conversation.

Listen to examples from the show including The Terminator and Legally Blonde ("Terminally Blonde") and from the TV shows that become "The Sopranos in the West Wing."

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Bueller?

This is the dialogue mashup assignment worth 4 1/2 points.

This was another really fun one. I knew I wanted to do something with the “you talkin’ to me?” scene. It’s just too perfect for this sort of assignment.  I love the awkward tension that builds throughout. Initially I really …

Lock Stock and Two Smoking Pokemons

This Audio Assignment focuses on creating a mashup of two films.  I took the films Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and mixed it up with clips from the Pokemon Movie.  I inserted replies from the Pokemon to Rory Breaker’s rant where he goes on a rant about various …

Shorty Stuck in South Central Matrix

This project is based on the DS106 audio bank assignment Dialogue Mashup. This assignment asked us to take two different movies and extract the dialogues from scenes and re-edit them to create a story.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGsxUKLwTUg

Here try this other video since that original one was removed:

I chose to …

Talky Tina vs. The Monster

Ok, Yeah this may not be worth the full 4.5 Stars in terms of product. The many hours it took me to find a way to record this, that was troublesome and I think makes up the difference.  Once I recorded the ending of “A Good Life” and clips from …

Smoking No No

Three of my favorite shows are “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Arrested Development,” and “Scrubs.”  The jokes are different but they all share the same sense of humor.  Sometimes I think how great it would be if they could all share a show together.  Who would enjoy JD’s fantasy worlds …

Twilight Zone Dialogue Mash-Up

This is my dialogue mash-up of “Time Enough at Last” and a clip from “The Venture Brothers”.

Using MPEG Streamline and Audacity, I was able to cut bits and pieces of the dialogues apart and paste them together in ways that might be humorous.

I’m still finding it difficult to …

Twilight Zone Dialogue Mash-Up

This is my dialogue mash-up of “Time Enough at Last” and a clip from “The Venture Brothers”.

Using MPEG Streamline and Audacity, I was able to cut bits and pieces of the dialogues apart and paste them together in ways that might be humorous.

I’m still finding it difficult to …

Archer Meets Spock

The gang finally gets up into space. Woohoo! Their training ended up being entirely inadequate, as Archer is incapable of doing anything anyone tells him to do. However, while up there, they stumble upon, you wouldn’t believe it, Spock himself. Spock drops some knowledge on Archer. Archer doesn’t really understand what he is saying at …

Dorothy and Robert Mix It Up

This should be the last piece of media for my Dorothy ds106 story. I have been wanting to the dialog mashup assignment since I heard the first examples from listening to the stellar examples from The Truth’s episode of Movie Mashups: As demonstrated by the Movies Mashup episode of the radio show The Truth, take two different movies and extract the dialogues scenes of actors form each, then re-edit them to create a story as if the characters from different movies were in the same conversation. Listen to examples from the show including The Terminator and Legally Blonde (“Terminally Blonde”) and from the TV shows that become “The Sopranos in the West Wing.” The challenge is to take two different movies, slice up the audio for different characters in each, and then re-edit them as if there were having a coherent dialogue. That should be about 92 stars. I knew …

Homer, I am..YOUR FATHER!

A quick mash-up I created in Audacity.…

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Dialogue Mash-up****

By far, this assignment was the most time consuming. Originally, I had high hopes of making it awesome, seamless, and hilariousness. Alas, that was not going to be the case because of papers, work, and general lack of time/patience. I knew for this mash-up I wanted to use the Peanuts’…