Random House has suggested that they would be open to our producing more dramatized programs. But the production time is long and we don't want to get too old doing this. On the other hand we might be able to streamline things a bit. Doing our auditions and rehearsal in the recording studio under the same kind of pressure we experience while recording the show itself might help a lot, certainly it would scare off some of the wimpier actors. We have a huge variety of sound effects built up that would not need to be recorded again and far less of a learning curve on most of the new equipment. Anything is possible.

Thinking it would be fun to do something other than a Western, we have embarked on an audio production of The Diamond of Jeru based on the script I wrote for the USA Networks Movie. You can find out more at WWW.THEDIAMONDOFJERUAUDIO.COM

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Over the years, we have collected a lot of sound effects that couldn't be used in a western. It will be great to get a chance to create a more modern audio landscape. Add to that the lush environment of the jungle, the beat of native drums and the mix of modern (1940's anyway) and ancient worlds and you have a great adventure story well worth telling in Audio!


Son of a Wanted Man

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