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Old April 23 2013, 06:15 AM   #11
Dick Whitman
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Re: I can't believe Trek Audio Books won't sell

I liked the Captain Sulu ones but they were not full dramatizations. Its been awhile since I listened to them but you heard each character describing events. In Sulu's case his Captain's Log. Moving back and forth between these, I guess, monologues for each of the small casts. But there was no actual scenes of the characters interacting. I am sure this limited the success of these.

Cacophony was my favorite. I still listen to it every few years. An alien planet which has been receiving old Human radio signals. A group there rebroadcasts them to its population which perceives it as the voice of the gods. It was a clever idea to have audio recordings be the basis for the plot, which totally uses the medium. It used actual old radio news broadcasts.
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