Sarah Rhea Werner and Home Recording Setups | Episode 131

SARAH RHEA WERNER AND HOME RECORDING SETUPS We have had a lot of requests for talk about home audio recording setups. So. We listened and…here you are….Here is some wonderful advice on HOME AUDIO TECH KIT from Steve Blizin, Tanja Milojevic, Kevin Hartnell, Regan Adler and Boyd Barrett. We also have a good catchup with Write […]

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Ultimate Advice For Making Audio Drama | Part 1

It’s part one of the Audio Drama Production Podcast’s 100th Episode. Listen to part two. What advice would you give yourself before you started making Audio Drama? That’s the question that’s going to be answered by our fantastic panel of creators from some of the best shows around. Featuring input from Edict Zero FIS, Wireless […]

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Finding & Creating Recording Environments

Unless your entire cast are working remotely, you’re going to need a place to record your Audio Dramas. There’s no ‘one size fits all’ answer here, and there are a lot of factors that come into play. You’ll have many things to take into consideration regardless of where you plan to set up your ‘studio’, […]

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Start Small, But Stay Outside Your Comfort Zone. Lav Mics.

There’s a lot to take in when you start making Audio Drama, and even after you’ve been doing it for a few years. Rather than being discouraged by feeling like you’ve got loads to learn, appreciate that this is a great opportunity to constantly build, improve, and create bigger and better content each time you […]

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Audio Drama on Audible. Locke & Key

The adaptation of Locke & Key – originally a best-selling graphic novel series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez – into a thirteen and a half hour Audio Drama is one of the most significant developments in the history of our medium. One of the main players in this project is Mr Fred Greenhalgh of FinalRune Productions, The Cleansed, […]

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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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