Adv. Cubase Project: BC Lions Commercial

The visual portion of this video is a 30 second commercial for season’s tickets to the BC Lions. We were each given a silent copy of this commercial with instructions to produce our own original score for it. We were meant to focus on establishing a mood that fit the shots, and we also needed to record a classmate’s voice and use it in the commercial somehow. Most people did some cool, driving music that gave the impression of intensity and energy, but I tried to do one of my favourite things, which is to interpret things in a different way than they were intended to be interpreted. Hopefully it worked out! I’ve included a transcript, since the voice isn’t all that clear in places.


On January 30th, 2010, 46 of the BC Lions football team were brutally attacked by a pack of wolves. This is their story.

(Get down!)

Efforts to hold the wolves back with a football failed.

(Man screams.) They thought they would be safe at Row N, Seat 11, but the attack continued.

Empire Field. Coming soon to a theatre near you.


4 thoughts on “Adv. Cubase Project: BC Lions Commercial

  1. Leslie says:

    loll crazy! Who did the voices? were you given a script for that??

  2. cjpulsifer says:

    My classmate Jordan did the announcer voice like, 5 minutes before class, and I did the screams and the “GET DOWN!” thing 10 minutes after class started… haha. Just ran outside with a mic and my computer and quickly recorded the sounds. And no, I wrote the script really quickly about 15 minutes before class… haha. I had the basic idea already though, since that’s what I wrote the music to reflect.

  3. Leslie says:

    lollll super cool. and weird…. why wolves….?

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