Make a Sound Escape
Close your eyes and go somewhere else. Let go of the mundanity of life, and focus on the serene. Allow your mind to slip into another world, another place, that only you can go to.
Listen to the world you are now in, the words spoken to you and around you. Process what you can discern, ponder over your observations, and extrapolate what the world is like with merely your imagination.
Remain rooted in reality, but let immersion wash over you. Go someplace else.
Come back different.
Latest from the Sound Escape Collective
In Hot Wheels, what happens when you can’t take the stairs?
Tal MinearPosted on September 7, 2021
As a podcast creator and voice actor, I’ve made a few casting calls and auditioned for a lot more. I’ve seen folks ask if there exists a guide to making casting calls for audio fiction shows, but I’ve never seen one myself, so I decided to make one. This is a guide for what I think are best practices for making an audio drama casting call. I’m by no means a casting call expert, and these are merely guidelines, not rules — feel free to just incorporate what works for you.
In The Cop, The Clerk, and The Body, they call it a speakeasy, but some things are too hard to say.
In Legend, Brad gets a close up look at the True Crime podcasts he’s so fond of.
In I Won’t Go Gently, Wise men at their end know dark is right, but these men will face the night.
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In Most Secure Vault, Gedeon enters the most secure vault to make a deposit, but her withdrawal has an unexpected bang.
Some stone doors aren’t meant to be opened, and some ropes aren’t meant to be pulled… South of Palenque.
In A Shit Show, Athena won’t go down without a fight.
adminPosted on May 28, 2021
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In Let the Elevator Die, A sound lock protects a secret that must be uncovered. Careful, holding on to the past too hard can have consequences.
In the Board Meeting, Drastic measures are taken to avoid a stressful presentation.
Three superheroes walk into an elevator. And then they do it again.
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An Interactive Fiction with 30 endings! Will you survive the elevator? Or will you merely be it’s latest casualty?
TAL: Different locations. Different people. Different Stories. One constant… No matter what… Someone Dies in This Elevator.
Tal MinearPosted on March 1, 2021
It’s always helpful to have an idea of what’s expected from a worksheet or template, so we thought we’d share with you the pitch Tal Minear wrote for Someone Dies In This Elevator.
Colin J. KellyPosted on March 1, 2021
The Sound Escape Productions Pitch sheet is designed for you to sit down and envision what your idea’s execution is, not just the concept, story, or characters, but your audience and how you plan to reach them.
Colin J. KellyPosted on February 1, 2021
What is the Value of a
1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010’s Style Non-Non-Fiction Digital Audio Radio Internet Podcast Youtube Soundcloud Play Comedy Drama Series Production Recording Movie for Your Ears and Earholes in the 2020s that is Making a Come Back an Evolution of the Art of Aural Storytelling it always was?
HISTORIAN: (nervous laughter) You’re not going to kill me in this thing, are you?
Recording Period: Oct 1 – Dec 1, 2020
Remote Only, with a synchronous table read or recording.
Compensation based on a calculated percentage of funds raised. Will not be unpaid.
Audition Deadline: September 20, 2020