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    Modern Sofa, big TV? Not many flat screens way back when...

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    Meh, I still suck at this stuff...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grognaurd View Post
    Modern Sofa, big TV? Not many flat screens way back when...

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    Meh, I still suck at this stuff...
    Ha!!! Rooming with Riley and Pegs Three's Company Style. Nice. Hey, It's great to see you back on the forum.
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    I know that it has been asked in the past. But, what would it take to get We're Alive to do Live shows across the U.S. Or even go International? Yes, I know money is a big factor. However, I see the likes of Nightvale going around doing live shows and I wonder what the difference is? I admit that I do not know the first thing about this issue. And I do understand that there are more sound effects in We're Alive shows.
    It is just obvious to me that KC's work far exceeds the quality of Welcome to Nightvale, or other shows like it. I want nothing more than continued success, ....... And more content.... Lots more content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KPCoyote View Post
    I know that it has been asked in the past. But, what would it take to get We're Alive to do Live shows across the U.S. Or even go International? Yes, I know money is a big factor. However, I see the likes of Nightvale going around doing live shows and I wonder what the difference is? I admit that I do not know the first thing about this issue. And I do understand that there are more sound effects in We're Alive shows.
    It is just obvious to me that KC's work far exceeds the quality of Welcome to Nightvale, or other shows like it. I want nothing more than continued success, ....... And more content.... Lots more content.
    For an analogy. Think of taking a band on tour, especially a band whose band members went their separate ways and are now going to do a greatest hits tour. The members are doing their solo thing or are with new bands, so just coordinating their schedules would be a gigantic hurdle and headache. Then there's the stage guys, sound and lighting tech crew, let alone the backstage production people that need to be transported from place to place and housed and fed. Locating and booking the right sized venues, as well as the cost of promoting the gigs. The CD and T-shirt sales are sometimes the difference of making money or not on a tour. The only people guaranteed to make money are the venues.

    Yes an audio drama likely doesn't have to truck around drum kits and stacks of Marshall amps, but the planning, coordination and associated costs would not be much different from a band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kat E View Post
    For an analogy. Think of taking a band on tour, especially a band whose band members went their separate ways and are now going to do a greatest hits tour. The members are doing their solo thing or are with new bands, so just coordinating their schedules would be a gigantic hurdle and headache. Then there's the stage guys, sound and lighting tech crew, let alone the backstage production people that need to be transported from place to place and housed and fed. Locating and booking the right sized venues, as well as the cost of promoting the gigs. The CD and T-shirt sales are sometimes the difference of making money or not on a tour. The only people guaranteed to make money are the venues.

    Yes an audio drama likely doesn't have to truck around drum kits and stacks of Marshall amps, but the planning, coordination and associated costs would not be much different from a band.
    Good points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KPCoyote View Post
    Good points.
    Now there are times where it could work by sharing a lot of the inherent costs by joining another tour band or production. Like being an opening act for a band or being the headliner. In this case, audio dramas or podcasts on tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kat E View Post
    Now there are times where it could work by sharing a lot of the inherent costs by joining another tour band or production. Like being an opening act for a band or being the headliner. In this case, audio dramas or podcasts on tour.
    I'm just going to buy lottery tickets until I win and can make a huge donation. It's a dream I have.
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