We recorded a radio sit-com, the core of which we'd been working on earlier in the year. I set up my studio in the spare room and we had microphones, instruments, scripts - the works. We did read-throughs, editing as we went along, practicing, perfecting and generally trying to make something good.
The process of creating a 15 minute pilot episode of a bizarre sit-com, with music, is not short. I estimate an average studio time (in my world, at least) of about an hour per minute you need to make. In truth, we spent about 10 hours together, and worked for a lot of it (if not on the music/comedy, then at least on the catering). The result is something I'm very proud to have been associated with. We have a theme tune, a collection of silly jokes, some neat bits of stand-up double-actery, and then some horseplay.
What to do with this piece is anyone's guess. My friend will be using it as part of her university degree. I shall be graduating with her in spirit at least.