Dallas, TX (August 4, 2005)–Dallas’ CakeMix Recording is sounding off this month, working on the first season of the half-hour reality series, Master Blasters, on the Sci-Fi Channel. Monster Garage and American Chopper revved up things in the garage for the Discovery Channel; now, a father-and-son team practice actual rocket science on the Sci-Fi Channel.
Dan Stroud and First Television’s Luigi Porco recruited CakeMix Recording to be their home away from Hollywood, providing ISDN and voiceover recording services for Master Blasters, which premiered last week. A reality show, like no other, it is produced by Mac and Bradley Anderson’s Straightline/First Television.
Each week, a new band of scientists will travel to Dallas in a competitive effort to beat the home-based Master Blasters team. The competitors have to design, build, and launch their rockets under the watchful eye of a panel of judges. It’s a fight of physics and rocketry of cosmic proportions. Watch out for falling Mini-Coopers, La-Z-Boy recliners, even houses–these guys will launch anything they can get their hands on.
The Master Blasters are the father-and-son team of Dan and Terry Stroud who manage a crew of fun and zany rocketeers. Each week they put forth the challenge, and they are ready for any and all takers.
CakeMix Recording, known for its work on various television networks including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, the Cartoon Network, the Discovery Channel, as well as high definition channel, HD Net, is a full-service audio facility providing all aspects of audio for feature film, video, and various HD formats that was founded by internationally acclaimed composer Bruce Faulconer (DragonBall Z, D7 NightFall) and sound designer (Lady Death).