How to create soundscapes, and an interview with the We’re Alive Fancast.

On the show this week, Julie Hoverson returns with some handy tips on creating immediately distinctive soundscapes for your audio drama scenes. On top of that we’ve got an interview with the guys at the We’re Alive Fancast. As you can probably guess from their name they are a fan podcast who cover all things We’re […]

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Character distinction, music, and five mixing tips!

We answer a couple of your questions about things like character distinction, and creative commons v royalty free music, before handing over to John Ballentine of Campfire Radio Theater who’s going to give you five mixing tips. We mention some creative commons music resources you can use for your drama, including Incompetech and Leafy Lane Productions. And […]

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Self publishing, and the future of audio drama

We conclude our 3 part feature ‘All Ears – Celebrating Modern Audio Drama’ with a look at the future of the medium. Thanks to all our contributors and please check out their own websites below (if you haven’t already) and why not get in touch with them to say how much you enjoyed their input […]

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Telling your story, and making it stand out

We continue our featured documentary ‘All Ears – Celebrating Modern Audio Drama’ – and this week, Rich and Fiona are joined by Jack Kincaid (Edict Zero FIS), Kc Wayland (We’re Alive), and Christof Laputka (Leviathan Chronicles) to talk about ways in which a story can be told, as well as ways in which they can […]

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Starting out. Audio drama influences and uniqueness

In part one of our documentary ‘All Ears – Celebrating Modern Audio Drama’ Rich Matheson (Keeg’s Quest) and Fiona Thraille (Cooperantem Audio) discuss the uniqueness of audio drama, as well as some of the shows (and moments) that influenced them to start mixing and producing. Also, why not tweet Rich @ynrohkeeg and Fiona @fthrll and […]

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Recording your production locally, and five voice acting tips

Featuring an interview with Matthew Boudreau and Carolyn Lansom of Aural Stage Studios, talking about the production and work behind their new drama ‘A Prophets Guide’ (which was recorded locally in Buffalo NY!). Find out more at www.auralstage.com/shows/aprophetsguide Also, Julie Hoverson brings you five tips for doing voices – for people who don’t do voices! […]

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