Anime All Star is a series of anime shorts and music videos that are more reminiscent to classic cartoons from the 30's to the 70's.Click for more info.
Depending on the franchise and sound editors, the sound effects are different in each series of shorts.
- Eiko Morikawa, and Hiromi Kikuta use the same SFX from Pokemon, Azumanga Daioh and The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok with UPA style SFX (containing Disney and Jay Ward SFX).
- Ijo Okuda, Masafumi Mima, Daisuke Jinbo, Shizuo Kurahashi, and Kiyotaka Kawada use the same SFX from Digimon Adventure 01, Ouran High School Host Club, and Maburaho with DePatie-Freleng style SFX (containing Looney Tunes, some Disney, Jay Ward, and a few Hanna-Barbera SFX). Robert Hargreaves is the main SFX editor of these shorts.
- Hiromune Kurahashi, Yasuyuki Konno (later replaced by Naoto Yamatani), Toshiki Kameyama, and Paul Menichini use the same SFX from Girls Bravo, Doki Doki School Hours, and Super Gals! with Warner Bros.-Seven Arts style SFX (containing mainly Hanna-Barbera, MGM, and Looney Tunes SFX). Ken Young is the main SFX editor of these shorts.
June 19, 2010 - Present
Sound Effects Used
Sound Ideas, RICOCHET - SLICK RICCO 02 (first second) and 01 as heard alongside with each other.
A high pitched Hollywoodedge, Air Horn Blasts Truck PE079601 as heard for Crazylegs' horns in Blast-Off Buzzard shorts.
WB CARTOON, THUNK - SMALL THUNK and a high pitched Hollywoodedge, Air Horn Blasts Truck PE079601 in a high pitch as heard for Crazylegs' tongue and horns in Blast-Off Buzzard shorts.
WB CARTOON, THUNK - SMALL THUNK in a high pitch and a high pitched Hollywoodedge, Air Horn Blasts Truck PE079601 as heard for Crazylegs' tongue and horns in Blast-Off Buzzard shorts.
Seasons 47-50 were heavily criticized for the sound effects since they don't fit with the shorts made during those seasons (although they have WB Animation characters like the ones from the Hanna-Barbera franchise), and many found most of them to be annoying and out of place for their overuse. But the reason for that change was because so it can mock on the Warner Bros.-Seven Arts era Looney Tunes from 1967-1969 with more sound effects added to be more modernizing on the mock. On a side note, one of the SFX editors Yasuyuki Konno quit by the end of the 48th season and was replaced by Naoto Yamatani.
When the controversy was at its worse by the 50th season, the show was cancelled not long after.