The JumpDog Production Team
Wayne DeLair brings a wealth of audio production experience to his role in leading JumpDog Audio Productions. He began his studio experiences in the 80’s at Capricorn Recording Studios in Macon, GA. working with producer Paul Hornsby and the better days of Quadradial Recording Studio in Miami, FL.. Wayne is indeed a renaissance man with “a particular set of skills” that he performs with true professionalism and technical proficiency. His talents as a composer, sound engineer, audio producer and studio manager all come together, providing world-class audio services with a cool head and warm heart.
Glenn is an award winning composer, with experience including music director for artists such as Laura Branigan, Celine Dion, Pointer Sisters, appeared on the “Tonight Show”, instructor and program developer at FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY, music supervisor at SOUNDELUX, Hollywood, who produced such movies as “Braveheart” (Oscar Winner).His first collaborative film was “Next of Kin”, with Patrick Swayze. He was conductor on Broadway for the musical “Annie”, written the casino show at Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas, soundtracks for theme park venues such as “Spiderman”/Universal Orlando, “Terminator 2/3D”/UniversalOrlando, “Land Before Time” /Universal Hollywood, “Journey to Atlantis” Sea World, “Dark Kastle” at Busch Gardens Virginia, and television branding packages for Golf Channel, Tennis Channel,and the Ski Channel. He was Post-Production Audio Supervisor for Golf Channel, and audio consultant for Time Warner Sports in Los Angeles.
John Burr is a voiceover performer, recording engineer/producer, video producer/director, and a professional trainer/coach. He has written and produced scripts in all media, and has directed many well-known national performers including Fritz Weaver, Alexander Scourby, and William Conrad. His work as a recording engineer includes, among others, Vladimir Horowitz’s 50th Anniversary Recital at the White House for RCA Records, which can be seen on YouTube. His 24-track studio in Washington, DC, annually recorded new band, orchestra, and big band music demos for major national music publishers, including Hal Leonard and Studio PR.
His many years of working in his various media roles have given him an in-depth understanding of every stage of the recording and production process.