It’s a common problem in Audio Drama. The first episodes of your show are often your very first steps in the world of recording and mixing audio. This can mean they’re a bit rough around the edges, and can cost you a few listeners who’ll judge you on their quality.
Does this mean you should abandon your ongoing series and start something new?
We’re also talking about the importance of practicing. It’s worth spending as much time as you can learning the craft of audio production, and just working on your show alone might not be enough.
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