How do I convey thought in audio drama?

Former guest (see episode Audio Drama in Education) and friend of the show Steve Schneider got in touch with a great wee audio clip in response to another previous episode (Narration) posing the question, how can we convey thought in audio drama? Steve also expands on the subject of narration and ways that it can be […]

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How to create a local audio drama group

We recently talked about the great flexibility and benefits to be had using the satellite or remote approach to cast and record actors for your audio drama. But in time you might start to find certain aspects of this approach limiting, and many producers eventually look towards recording and producing locally using their own pool of […]

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Learning and teaching audio drama

“For me, practice has always been important, as a way of understanding something, you know. It’s all very well reading about it, and listening to it, but actually, when we put things on their feet, looking at these old scripts, and saying “okay lets get a group of actors and musicians together and lets see […]

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Satellite recording, & constructive criticism

Audio Drama is global, your cast can be too. And how do you give helpful, actionable feedback to others? Fiona Thraille of Cooperantem Audio talks about why satellite/remote recording has given freedom and accessibility to creative people who, previously, would have been unable to get fully involved in drama for a variety of reasons. The option for […]

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