Our Recommended Home Recording Setup for Voice Actors

Remote or satellite recording gives producers the freedom to create shows with a global cast – and gives you as a voice actor the chance to audition for and play characters from the comfort of your own home. As a remote/satellite voice actor, the ability to perform and bring a character to life isn’t enough. […]

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Audio Drama on Spotify. Changing DAWs, & more on audio storytelling

There was some pretty big news in the podcasting world last week as Libsyn (via their own podcast The Feed) announced that they were partnering with music streaming giants Spotify. By the sounds of it, podcasts will be available on the service by the summer of 2015, which means that you could soon have your own audio […]

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How to reduce reverb if you don’t have a vocal booth

If you don’t have access to a studio or sound dampened vocal booth then reverb can be a big problem when recording your satellite actor lines. If you’re sending a producer lines with a bit of echo in them, and your character is supposed to be outdoors, then this is going to cause problems in […]

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Creating interactive audio fiction, & fantasy character accents

If you want to build a business, earn a bit of extra pocket money, or even just get creative and have fun with audio fiction, there are other ways to do so outside of the traditional podcasting method. Our guests on this weeks show, Iain Manley (VoiceMap) and Adele Kirby (Imagineactive Audio Fitness Adventures), have […]

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Creating interactive audio fiction, & fantasy character accents

If you want to build a business, earn a bit of extra pocket money, or even just get creative and have fun with audio fiction, there are other ways to do so outside of the traditional podcasting method. Our guests on this weeks show, Iain Manley (VoiceMap) and Adele Kirby (Imagineactive Audio Fitness Adventures), have […]

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What makes an audio story?

The Sonic Society‘s Jack Ward returns to the show, looking to break down and analyse the nuts and bolts of what makes up an audio story, and what forms that story can take. The segment features clips from Gate, The Champion, Searcher & Stallion, Black Jack Justice, Crazy Dog Audio, Teknikal Diffikulties, Gusu, and Cosmo & Robetta. As well as being featured in audio […]

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Should I make a serial or anthology audio drama series?

The dilemma faced by all audio drama creators at some stage is whether they should make a serialised story, or an anthology series. Here we give examples of two of our favourite serial dramas, Edict Zero FIS, and We’re Alive, and two of our favourite anthology series’, The Truth, and Campfire Radio Theater. We go on to cover the […]

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