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Current and Upcoming OCL Adventures!

posted Feb 27, 2012, 6:12 PM by oneclipleft   [ updated Feb 27, 2012, 6:12 PM ]
If you've been wondering what I've been up to recently (aside from working on this website a whole bunch), I will tell you all about it! First and foremost, I am working on the final 7 episodes of RTA. I've mentioned this here and there, but I wanted to get more specific about what I'm actually doing. I've outlined the story for the rest of the season to avoid any half-assed endings (see Season 2) and I think you guys are going to like what I've come up with. I have not written any scripts yet, but I'm working on that. Basically, I want to completely make the last 7 episodes before I start releasing them so that way there will be no year-long hiatuses this time around. So, you can expect some new RTA in the kinda-near future.

Second, as per many of your requests, I'm working on a Skyrim series that I think is going to be the greatest thing ever. I have written 2 scripts so far (they're pretty short and easy to do) and I'm aiming to finish 10 before I start releasing anything. This will probably come out before RTA because RTA takes a lot more time and energy to make, but I think it will be worth it. Also, I mentioned that I'm hoping to get a high-profile voice actor to sign onto this project, but I haven't contacted him yet. Once I finish all 10 scripts, I'm going to try to convince a pretty awesome dude to voice one of the characters. I'll post more on that as it unfolds. Here's a hint: he was basically internet-famous while still in middle school.

Third, I've been investing some time developing my online music presence. Aside from trying to get rich by offering my music for download through iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, etc, I have signed up with Jango Airplay to get my music on internet-radio. So far, the experience has been pretty awesome, and I have made 3 fans in the first week! I'm super-excited to get more of my music out there (I'm sitting on quite a lot of songs no one has ever heard) and see if I'm worth listening to. Jango is a paid service, so I'm also hoping this will increase my download sales rate because otherwise I'm just throwing money away to have people listen to my music.

Last, I'm very happy with how this website is coming together, but I'm afraid that people are not using it or visiting very much. I want this to be the #1 place for people to keep up with my projects, so I'm seriously considering running an ad campaign on youtube and elsewhere to bring more traffic to the site. Is that a good idea? I'm still looking into it, but haven't decided yet. Let me know what you think!
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