Sound in the Works

I finally managed to find someone interested in taking on the challenge of sound on Treasure Hunt who is a) willing to work for reel/credit b) follows through on his interest and c) actually does a good job (well, better than me, certainly).  He estimates 6 weeks, and I told him that was fine.

The one main thing left is colorizing.  Frankly, I don’t get it.  I agree, in principle, that changing the color tone can have an impact, but the subject doesn’t speak to me at all.  And that’s even before I struggle with the technical aspects.  Since no one has called out color as an issue, absent finding someone interested in taking the challenge for the same reel/credit (the sound editor said he’d ask his friends), I’m calling Treasure Hunt done once the sound is complete.  Then I’ll lock myself to my desk until I get the damn DVD authoring sorted out so I can finally get the crowdfunders paid back (I humbly thank them for their continued patience).

What comes next, I’m not sure.  I may try and get it on Amazon and/or advertise in Civil War related magazines/websites, perhaps trying to get some reviews by Civil War buffs.  I consider it an important part of the whole learning process, though that does mean I have to go back and track down the various locations and people I failed to get releases from and just thinking about that exhausts me.  I really wish I could find someone to be a producing partner…

Author: mitusents

Biochemist, MBA, then programmer. Now novelist, screenplay writer and hopefully director. What a strange trip it's been.