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 how do we stay productive and get our content out there? Audio drama stalwart Jack Ward (Electric Vicuna Productions & The Sonic Society) has been putting shows together for well over a decade and gives his thoughts on that, as well as working with a composer to create unique soundtracks for his stories.

On top of that, a discussion on panning, courtesy of listener Paul who emailed us at

Elsewhere, we mentioned our Amazon affiliate programme where you can help support the show if you’re in the market for audio drama books or equipment. And there’s also Patreon where we’d be ever so grateful if you could pledge $1 per episode to help keep the lights on.

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