Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Today was quite productive, with about 9 hours recording time logged in. JT Turner finished recording THE BOOK OF NONSENSE, our first Audio Book, produced by Wavern Audio, a division of CRT. Written by David Michael Slater, its a fun little story with some really nice twists to it.
This fall on Sirius/XM we will have a new show on weekends,where we will present some new books for kids, read by various CRT players. No music, sound effects - just good old fashioned story telling.
Then we did pick-ups for ZORRO AND THE PIRATE RAIDERS, followed by two new episodes of JARREM LEE - GHOST HUNTER. A really fun night of recording. Joe Caliendo Jr. returned to the CRT mics, having been away for 10 years. Ronni Marshak, who directed me in THE LION IN WINTER seven years ago turned in an awesome performance in JARREM, and newcomer Lucien Spelman was amazing with a variety of cool voices, in a number of different roles. Mark Thurner played a small role in ZORRO. We really need to get him in a larger role - he's quite good! Anastas Varinos guested in a JARREM LEE, his first time at the mic since THE HALLOWEEN TREE, and Donna Evans, visiting from England, took a turn as well in a JARREM. Donna was recording with me 20 years ago, then she moved to the UK.
I also want to welcome Jesse Zoller to the CRT Post Production Team! Jesse will be taking on our PERRY MASON series, after the departure of Chris Snyder from CRT.
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Hi Jerry, I am wondering if you are still looking for producers. I've done some sound editing (I use Goldwave), and would like to talk to you about me producing for you if you are interested.
If you are interested, can you please contact me at:
Thanks for your time,
Thanks for the kind words Jerry!
I'm a big fan of your work, and am honored to receive praise from a person of your considerable talents.
It was a ball to watch you work as well as all the other talented cast members...
Can't wait to hear the new line of audio childrens books! I think it's something y'all will do very well, you are great story tellers!
And everything else... yay! Bring it all on!
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