A classically trained pianist with a deep reverence for the Big Band music of Glenn Miller and the Dorsey Brothers, and a love of Alfred Hitchcock films, Brenda Elthon's music has enthralled patrons of independent film and charmed radio audiences around the world. Whether it's a dissonant, impressionist piano masterpiece, or a swinging country lyrical anthem, or an orchestral trip from Heaven to Hell, Brenda's music pulls out the emotional stops and takes the listener on a magical ride to a new, unexpected place. Sometimes simple. Often, complex. Always special.
Brenda Elthon hails from Virginia, and has been featured in numerous independent films and web series, and enjoys great international radio play. Working in numerous genres, Brenda's music online here covers Christmas, Classical, Country, Dramatic, Folk, Jazz, Latin, Pop and Soundalikes, with both instrumentals and vocals for our clients' productions.
Deep, reverberating male laughter; dreadful. Is the giant really going to climb down the beanstalk and eat Jack? Will Goliath defeat David? Will the Cyclops eat the crew of the Odyssey? Throughout history, books and movies have given us an abundance of big, mean, scary giants with fearful laughter. Cartoon, Laughter
Clint Eastwood soundalike delivers his famous line," Go ahead. Make my day." Dripping with rich, dramatic cynicism. It sounds just like Clint! Radio ready fun. The perfect punchline. Fun for all audiences. Comedy, Deadpan Comedy
Flat, atonal New York girl says the perennial greeting, "Hi, How Are You?" Is she really interested? Nope. Just the standard morning acknowledgment. Is she from the Bronx? Bed-Stuy? I dunno, but she needs another cup of coffee. Cartoon, ringtone, answering machine, radio voice drop, advertisement. Comedy, Character Comedy
Silly English speaking woman, with a crisp, high pitched voice, asks for her breakfast in a classic British accent. Is it Queen Elizabeth? Camilla, perhaps? A lighthearted, gentle tease. Funny and irreverent. Radio ready. A good humored attention-getter. Comedy, Deadpan Comedy
A strong American man, with a very deep and somewhat sinister sounding voice, says "I wouldn't do that." It's kind of intimidating. Is he your Daddy? Husband? Boyfriend? Boss? The creep who lives next door? Hmmm... so many possibilities. Do I detect a sadistic smile in his smooth, calm voice? Creepy, Comedy, Deadpan Comedy
Spanish speaking female says "I'm Sorry." Crisp and authentic, with trace of charm and emotion. Professional radio voice drop, advertisement, ringtone, cartoon, comedy sketch. Si. Comedy, Deadpan Comedy
Deep male voice tells you "oh, yeah." Boy, he really means it! We must have done a good job! The perfect exclamation point for way too many jokes. Radio ready audio for naughty, but good natured fun. Talking, Baudy
Angry Russian woman makes deep-throated threats in heavily accented English. A funny, harmless, clean put down. Authentic sounding. Dead pan, stereotype humor, dripping with rich, dramatic cynicism. The perfect "get a laugh" punchline. Radio ready fun for general audiences of all ages. Comedy, Character Comedy
Deep American male voice says "that's perfect." Dripping with hot and heavy sexual innuendo. A naughty, not so nice, sexist baudy remark in radio ready audio. Laugh getting, conversation stopper. Funny end point to comedy sketches and gags. Go for it! Comedy, Deadpan Comedy
Clear, deep US male voice tells you "that's just plain stupid." Well, don't get upset. He's right; it really was and you know it. I mean, really, how dumb can you get? And don't be so sensitive. Everybody benefits from criticism (but I wish he didn't enjoy dishing it out so much). So grow up, girl. Comedy, Insult Comedy
Deep and sinister US male voice tells you to "wait for it." Threatening. Frightening in its intense and commanding tone. The admonition of a cruel leader whose words are law. Radio ready tongue in cheek humor. Perfect attention getting voice drop. Laugh maker. You must obey his command, or else... Comedy, Character Comedy
Hillbilly gal in jeans and braids asks "What are you doin tuh-day?" in flat, Tennesse comedy accent. Regional humor made famous by the Beverly Hillbillies and Green Acres. Remember those funny tv sitcoms? A classic Americana form of good natured humor that never goes out of style. Come on, laugh, Comedy,
Adult woman says "What Do You Want Me To Do?" in crisp, articulate and properly pronounced Spanish, with just a hint of human angst and emotion. Is it the maid or nanny? The hotel staff? The cook? Tell her what to do! Professional radio voice drop, ringtone, cartoon, comedy sketch, advertisement. Si, Comedy, Character Comedy
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