The R.A.P. Soundstage - November 2016

We’re devoting this month’s Soundstage to the submissions that went along with the responses to this month’s Q It Up question, “What’s your favorite piece of work that, for one reason or another, never aired?” Be sure to read the stories behind the pieces starting on page 9, then listen! We’ve put these in the same order as the responses appeared in the column.

And hats off to Eric Rublcava for getting this month’s nod for the Editor’s Choice Award! His piece on track 3 features some excellent character VO work, not to mention a great concept, and as his comments mentioned, even though the spot never aired, he was able to add this character voice to his VO demo. Nice work, Eric!

Log in to check ‘em out. And if you’re wondering where the usual audio from Dave Foxx is this month, he has a video to share instead. You’ll find that here.

Thanks to all for sending in your audio for this month’s Q It Up! We’re saving the other submissions we had over the past month for the Soundstage and will present those next month. Speaking of, deadline for the December Soundstage is Wednesday, November 23rd!


  1. Viva Viagra Entire Song, Al Peterson, Arlington, VA
  2. Oreck - It Really Sucks, Don Elliot, Levine/Schwab Broadcasting, Los Angeles, CA
  3. ECA WINNER: Truly Nolen - Marvin the Mouse, Eric Rubalcava, Rubalcava Voice Productions, San Diego, CA
  4. WLCL - Nostalgia, Dave Savage, iHeartMedia Creative Studio, Atlanta, GA
  5. Kraft, Bruno Strapko, Strapko Recorders
  6. SATC - It Hurts, Michael Shishido, KUMU, Honolulu, HI
  7. Superior Tractor - Pvt Riley/Dig a Hole, Dave Stalker, Combined Communications, Bend, Oregon
  8. KTRS Erection Coverage (Copyright KTRS 2010), Steve Wein, KTRS, St. Louis, MO
  9. Genesco - Two Females (Copyright KTRS  2013), Steve Wein, KTRS, St. Louis, MO
  10. WPLJ - A Current Affair/Mayoral, Archer Dusablon
  11. Windows To The World, Teri Michelle

Support the R.A.P. Soundstage by sending some audio you’ve recently produced at your studios. Please include your e-mail address for anyone interested in finding out details about the work. Promos, commercials, sweepers/IDs, bits, spoof spots, song parodies, and most any other good piece of production are welcome. If you send sweeper/ID montages, make them around sixty to ninety seconds long max. All other items should be sent on separate files. Please normalize your mp3 files and trim the silence from the front and back. Email to jv@rapmag.com, and thank you for supporting the R.A.P. Soundstage, formerly known as The R.A.P. CD and The R.A.P Cassette from way back in the day – none of which exist or have existed without you. J

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