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Modular Productiion - A workable Concept

I'm beginning to explore how we may create a virtual studio - Based on an equal input, equal risk, shared equipment and a virtual network of Sound Editors, Picture Editors, and all creative forces production combination.
This relates to the "No-Boss" concept, and sectional assembly of units each one surrounding a central Hub of each individual production.
The pandemic is a huge reminder that there are ways to combine forces, and get shows produced - and do it from the base-source of groups we already know.
We can do it ourselves - we simply need to do this a unit at a time. This is an age of modular-production.

Building A Virtual Studio - Tools for Students emerging & ready for work.
As soon as you gather together in writing workshops, or approach, as one example, various co-ops you learn how we may do this ourselves. Once we had to wait for access, to adjust who we are to a larger corporate mega-mind. Now, however, we have all the bases we need to have a home run, or play a great game.
We are the studio - this is "Cottage Industry" time again & like William & Mary Blake (amazing siblings) we may run our own studios. Ad Hoc, free form, and built on the solid rock of our dreams.
Our world has arrived, and our mega-industry is Creating stories, reality-based fables - and whatever we wish.  This time is precious - grab the change, make our stories and show them to each other & the world.  We may bypass the old-fashioned concept of a hierarchy of importance.
We are all brilliant, audience and creators - we may light any room we choose.  But we need to work in concert and in company and fairness... just check out co-ops as a start.
Check the excellent Nifco in Newfoundland. Creative people running things for themselves.
And this is simply the start of what's possible.