Troy Otte, the owner of Feature Audio is our co-host again this week and we discuss the way in which errors and extraneous sounds are kept out of audiobooks.
It’s another interesting behind the scenes discussion that leads into our featured story this week, Gene and Fu’s Epic Journey to the Crimea, written by Craig Martelle and narrated by Kate Rudd. (Story begins at 8:39)
Emily Beresford plays in dual role in this week’s episode of Ear Crush. She’s our guest co-host and she narrates the second half of Tabitha’s Vacation, a story featuring hacker extraordinaire and Ranger 2, Tabitha.
We have the chance to discuss the way in which Emily became involved with the Kurtherian Gambit, how she keeps the over 400 character voices straight, and how cool it was seeing her sneak off to watch a livestream of her son’s pre-school graduation while she was in New York for the Audio Publisher’s Association Conference.
We kick off the Ear Crush podcast in grand fashion with guest host Michael Anderle introducing Tabitha’s Vacation, a story featuring hacker extraordinaire and Ranger 2, Tabitha.
Tabitha is one of the most popular characters in the world of the Kurtherian Gambit and who better to bring this story to life than Emily Beresford, the narrator of the Kurtherian Gambit series.
As you’ll hear during the open of the show, Emily and Michael, who have collaborated together on 19 books so far, met for the first time just a few weeks ago at the Audio Publishers Association Conference in New York.
Join us again next week for the conclusion to Tabitha’s vacation, with guest host Emily Beresford.
Thanks for listening to Ear Crush.
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I imagine I will post from time to time, as I spend a LOT more time working this business, rather than talking about the company.
In the year and a half that I have been publishing, a lot has changed, and a lot is changing yet.
I would like to spend just a few words to say that none of this, the whole Kurtherian and Oriceran Universes would not be possible without the amazing support of the fans, affectionately (or else) referred to as the Pitchfork and Matches group on Facebook.
I would like to confirm that no harm that I know of has occurred to any rubber chickens being dropped in boiling vats of Pepsi when we release new books to Amazon.
If that last paragraph made no sense whatsoever, that is absolutely fine. It just means you are about to go down the rabbit hole.