Vox Machina: An Exandrian Musical


VOX MACHINA, An Exandrian Musical, was a year-long labor of love from the minds and talent of over 70 volunteer writers, singers, musicians, and artists, and no budget. On February 23rd, 2018, we released a full album of nearly 50 fan-created songs in homage to the Dungeons and Dragons active play series “Critical Role” and the acclaimed broadway musical Hamilton. We reshuffled and rewrote the entire soundtrack of Hamilton to adapt over 188 hours of “Critical Role” into a 2.4 hour musical album.

Available for download at http://www.willcrosswait.com/cpan

Available for streaming on Youtube

As co-producer on this fanmade musical album, my responsibilities over a one year production process included:

  • Co-Producer
    • workflow coordination and process
    • demo performances on all 47 tracks
    • voice casting and musical directing
    • consultant on four iterations of sound mixing and sound editing
    • social media marketing on tumblr and reddit
  • Writer Staff and Lead Editor
    • over 160 pages of adapated lyric writing
    • editing and script supervising
  • Performer
    • singing and acting performances on 20 songs
  • Artistic Director
    • co-creating the digital artwork for main logo
    • recruiting artists for nearly 50 logo designs
    • coordinating scheduling and deadlines
    • collaborating on design choices to foster cohesive project aesthetics
    • digital art cleanup
    • design, management, collaboration, and final digital assembly on 50 logo designs with completed artwork
    • Designed and created a 160 page document of art and lyrics: VM Musical Digital Booklet
Vox Machina Hamilton Musical Logos

I acted as artistic director for this project: conceptualizing, recruiting artists, and digitally assembling all 50 pieces of art, as well as graphic enhancing many pieces from hand drawing to match the sillohuette aesthetic of the show. CLICK HERE FOR LARGE SIZE







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