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A Brief Pause (To Get Married)

Greetings, and welcome to the September edition of the Tin Can Audio newsletter.


My name is David Devereux, I'm a writer, musician, sound designer and audio producer here at Tin Can Audio, and I'll be sharing a little bit on what we've been up to in the past month, as well as some thoughts and ramblings on sound design, music, podcasting, writing, and, it seems, other stuff as well.


We're still in the process of recording Middle:Below II. It's taking longer than we first thought but there's a lot going on as a lot of the cast return to work. We still have some surprises for our Patreon supporters this month, including the blooper reel from the pilot episode of Middle:Below.

I don't have a blog post for you this month, as I spent a large portion of last month getting married.

My partner Sarah and I were due to get married in May, but had to postpone due to lockdown. While the date of the wedding itself is still a bit up in the air, we had the opportunity to sign the papers and get legally married in a small, socially distanced ceremony with our two witnesses: Sarah's sister Hannah and Gil himself: David Pellow.

(I'm not sure what the deal was here)


Sarah, incidentally, is a creative powerhouse who makes things for BBC The Social, as well other kickass films, which can be found on her website, (You'll find I appear a lot, along with the voice of Kiri, Katrina Allen). Making films was how we met!


I'll be back next month with a proper blog entry I promise!

If you like what we do and you want to help us make more, you can buy us hot beverages on ko-fi. You can also support us by buying something from our bandcamp, where we have the soundtracks to our show as well as extra music.

If you want to support us long term, you can sign up to our Patreon, where you'll receive additional content such as blooper reels, live content and interviews with our cast & crew.


All that being said, the best support you can give is listening to our shows and telling other people about them. Word-of-mouth is everything to small indie podcasters, and hearing from people who have enjoyed our work is what keeps us going.


Thank you for listening.


David

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