The Gearheart – A Free Audiobook

Bonus MFotA OST Extended Track: Fallen Feather

by on Mar.07, 2011, under Soundtrack

Hi, everyone! I must apologize for my tardiness in getting you the next episode, but I want you all to know: we’re back in business! I need to build up an adequate buffer, but new content will be coming out soon!

In the meantime, I have an embarrassing confession: I didn’t compose enough music for Maiden Flight. Since some of you were kind enough to buy our soundtrack, I’d like you to have this track for FREE! Please download it and have a listen at your leisure. If you like it, please consider purchasing the rest of the album for a scant $0.99 per track over at iTunes.

Cheers, and enjoy!

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5 Comments for this entry

  • Bob

    Is track 08 available? When I downloaded this track, it showed up as 09_Fallen_Feather

    Thanks
    Bob

  • JohnFrost

    You’re planning on releasing more episodes soon? How is your wife doing? Last I heard, I thought “Maiden” was on indefinite hiatus?

  • Ric P

    Posting to echo JohnFrost, and to say that I sincerely hope that your wife is doing better, not for the sake of the podcast but for the sake of your family. While I’m very eager to hear the next episode (as the gearheart is my favourite podcast bar none and is the reason why I’ve sought out others), family comes first so take as long as you need.

  • Brooke Fox

    John and Ric, thank you so much for your continued support! It really means a lot to the whole team. Indeed, Alex, Renee, and I are recording again and will have Episode 4 of Maiden Flight out to you very soon. Right now, we are trying to get a head start on Episode 5 so that there will be less possibility of delay in the future. :)

  • francis brown

    I usually do not like listening to an audiobook spoken by the author. Authors tend to become, too dramatic which detracts from the story. You, however, have done excellent job with the Gearheart.

    I am confused though as to why authors feel the need to inject music. I have yet to come across a single audiobook which while injecting or sound effects doesnt drown out the audio. Darren and Frederick on the boat, Jonathan and the seer, these are conversations I could not hear. Why music or sound effects? Why make it louder than the dialogue? Go back to your master recording and either remove the music or lower it’s volume. Your book is awesome and it needs no music.

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