Getting stuff done, working with composers, & panning

The demand for audio drama storytelling is on the rise in a massive way. But it takes a lot of work to create new audio drama on a consistent basis in order to satisfy that demand, and for the medium to compete with other wings of sound-based storytelling, such as audiobooks and serialised podcasts. So […]

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What is a reviewer looking for in your work?

“Radio drama should be able to make you hear with your eyes, and see with your ears.” Laurence Raw, the man behind the excellent Radio Drama Reviews website, joins us for a chat. What are the central components of a good audio drama? What does the future hold for amateur and aspiring audio drama creators? And what […]

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Do I need expensive equipment?

Continuing on with our location recording discussion, John Ballentine of Campfire Radio Theater talks about the making of the brilliant Hungry Hollow… “We used a Zoom recorder, it’s a , and we actually used the built in microphones, we didn’t use an external microphone to record with. The Zoom is a handy little recorder; it […]

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Should I record on location?

Is field recording the right fit for your show? “One of the things I really enjoy about field recording, is you can put two actors right next to each other, and they can completely act out the scene. It really incorporates that sense of two actors interacting.” Matthew Boudreau We welcome back the podcast’s favourite […]

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