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Fred Greenhalgh
Producer/writer of / and for ; | also, solar evangelist, goat herder & off-grid yurt dweller
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 23
.thanks so much! worked with team we recorded it on location like a movie. on lower audio qualities you don't quite hear the sense of immersive stereo sound the equipment we used can capture. definitely produced with love such huge fans of
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 23
.awesome! make sure you listen to Locke & Key audio drama on 'enhanced' audio mode so you can hear the love we put into the recording
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 23
Replying to @macwrites
.the age old battle ;-) I've taken to calling them 'movies without pictures' which yeah, usually needs 10-20 mins more to get to a place of semi-understanding
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 23
.you def should talk to of he is the man
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 23
Now scheduling goat tours...
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Robert Garrova Apr 20
Yet another public radio story about BUT: I had no idea about its New England roots:
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 20
great job not strangling for telling you the various things "You should know"
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 18
Replying to @ShoMarq @radiodrama
.oh man what a colossal fubar... need to rebuild a resilient solar powered grid and be done with stuff like this. what a sad moment we're in that PR is not front and center in our minds all the time.
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 17
.good piece thanks for tagging me. honestly that's same rationale for me starting in audio. no one was reading my short stories so I figured, put 'em on CD and my friends could listen to them on road trips. then Al Gore invented this internet thing...
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 16
Replying to @OrphansAudio
.damn even voice actors losing jobs to automation!
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 10
super fun to be on today talking about with
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 10
.indeed! & showed how awesome longform AD could be, and gave me to the nudge to go after making
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 9
.wow thanks for that. my brother has a somewhat similar story having disappeared in New Orleans w/ some drifters and reappearing months later calling from a bus station in Houston narrowly having escaped a door-to-door magazine selling MLM cult.
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 7
Have you been following my new show with ? Now up to Ep6 on ... Awesome adventure w/ two Mayan sisters in Belize jungle:
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Tor Books Apr 3
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 2
Hand-crafted in Alfred, Maine!
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Fred Greenhalgh Apr 2
Replying to @drvox
.The hard truth that no one wants to hear...
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Fred Greenhalgh Mar 31
would be awesome if (now with new podcasting editor?) would take some gems from their archives and re-release as podcasts. US listeners have long felt underserved by iplayer great stuff by & to start!
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John Dryden Mar 28
It was a landmark audio production from 1998 starring . It really blazed a path for what could be done in audio fiction. Please re-release it!
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Fred Greenhalgh Mar 26
Enjoyed reading take on audio fiction via I know John's gotten some backlash but mostly it seems semantics? I think we all agree podcasting is growing/expanding in interesting ways?
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