The Wall Street Journal: Fred Greenhalgh’s Audio Dramas

Aural Noir: News

Today’s Wall Street Journal
, page A1 (the front page), has a well written article by Barry Newman on modern audio drama entitled: Return With Us to the Thrilling Days Of Yesteryear—Via the Internet. It is subtitled “Fred Greenhalgh’s Audio Dramas Hark Back To Radio Golden Era; It Sounds Like Snow” and thus you know the subject of the piece is Fred Greenhalgh (who we had as a guest on SFFaudio Podcast #039). It details Fred’s new project with the Mad Horse Theater Company, to create an audio drama production of the novel Open Season by Archer Mayor. You can read the entire article HERE. There’s also an accompanying video…

Here is the pilot episode of the Joe Gunther Open Season series |MP3|

And here’s a bit more video showcasing how it was made:

For more details visit the Final Rune website HERE.
Posted by Jesse Willis

2 thoughts to “The Wall Street Journal: Fred Greenhalgh’s Audio Dramas”

  1. This is freakin’ cool beyond words. I’m so glad that did us the service of putting in a video – now I can FINALLY definitely “show, not tell” people what field recording is and what makes it different from the studio!!!

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