For the love of a story or two.
We've just released a series of Musicbox Recordings for Christmas, free to download and use. Happy Holidays!
In the old barn loft is something almost remembered. In the faded corn powder and littered straw, the boards creaking underfoot, between the rafters and soft dirt below – something. Only it has hidden itself in the very frame and shape of the building, red paint flaking outside, rotted tires within, and mouse nests ... read more
We are in the process of releasing all our titles under Creative Commons BY licensing. It takes some time to get permission from all involved but we are getting there. Stay tuned.
A nine hour audiobook with atmospheric and musical scoring. Join us in funding our most ambitious recording to date. To be released under CC-BY (free) licensing.
We are working to make this recording landmark in its depth of production as well as in the free-ness of its release.
This recording is now released free under a Creative Commons BY (attribution) license. Thanks to Jane Aker, Todd Fadoir and the generosity of Gordon W. Draper.
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You will also see new stories in text format posted here. We'll be monitoring which ones get the most Google+ clicks to help us judge what should be slated for recording and releasing into Creative Commons in audio form. Join us by casting your vote.
We'd like to post more music freely downloadable but that must be further in the future.
Audiobook: The Red Room
"I can assure you," said I, "that it will take a very tangible ghost to frighten me." And I stood up before the fire with my glass in my hand.
By H.G. Wells. The story begins with the narrator, who’s standing by a fire in an unknown room, confidently announcing to a couple of rather creepy elderly people that he’s never seen a ghost and is not easily frightened.
By W.R. Smith: Sister Hippo
Be it near or be it in a land far, far away... be it short or be it long, long ago as once ever was, Sister Hippo grew bored of her modest appearance. One day a package arrived special order and soon stood to one side, empty. Dressed and anxious to debut her new colorful and exotic self, Sister Hippo called a meeting and for Bunyoro Rabbit, the tiny Dik-Dik and Pygmy Hedgehog to attend.
Mouse joined the party to see what it was all about and sat on a pebble.
Sister Hippo thumped her great foot on the ground and said: "Now, little ones, tell me why I am beautiful." ... read more
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