To libraries, books are life. To Dreamscape, bringing life to books through unique voice and vision is our passion. As the desire for audiobook and video content has grown, Dreamscape was begun to meet the need. With our cutting edge production facility and world class narration talent, our broad, ever-expanding selection of audiobook and video titles creates better collections for libraries and a unique experience for library patrons.
Dreamscape Media is the publishing and content development arm of Midwest Tape. Here at Dreamscape, we take pride in what we do, from licensing, producing, and distributing audiobooks and filmed entertainment, and creating iconographic children's video. We're committed to developing and distributing the very best in entertainment for today's library patron. New titles are released monthly and are available digitally and in physical formats.
Dreamscape's relationship with leading vendors is also growing, with new releases being provided monthly. Our exclusive partnerships include: Harper Spanish, Gildan Media, Radio Archives, Ideal Audio, and Berrett-Koehler, among others, allowing us to provide libraries with an unparalleled range of audio titles.
Our in-house Production Services combine comfortable, quiet surroundings with state of the art recording equipment. Staffed by our own editor/directors, we focus on producing quality audio for listeners of all ages.
Dreamscape carefully selects each narrator to bring out the best in every title we produce. Our narrators include a mix of celebrated industry veterans, and up and coming local narrators, including earphones award-winner Susie Berneis, Pete Cross, Johnny Heller, and many more.
The Midwest Tape + Dreamscape Advantage
Dreamscape has partnered with Midwest Tape to offer Dreamscape titles direct to libraries with all the usual benefits offered by Midwest Tape, including our exclusive, shelf-ready SoundSafe™ case and all processing and cataloging services.
Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess
The Court Dancer
Suffer the Children
All I Want for Halloween
The New Libearian
But Not for Me