Script Writing Tools – Scene 2 | Episode 115

Looking for a range of top notch expertise on a variety of script writing tools to add to your last eps knowledge?

Look no further than HERE for pro advice from the AMAAZING Monique Boudreau of the EXCITING Aural Stage Studios, Alexander Danner of the consistently and AWESOMEly goood Greater Boston Podcast, and omg ENJOY the smooth beautiful tones of Maxximillian Dafoe of Mollyville and amongst other things Afterlife as she talks about several thrilling writing apps and programmes she uses.

This should give you fuel to hunt around and find the best fit for your style of writing. Good luck and keep us posted on what you write! We’re totally enthused and hunting out these newfound writing tools to try for ourselves. And for Patreons only, we offer as a bonus the full Maxximillian contribution experience – full access to her whole amazing monologue on script tools….contact us for more details or….become a Patreon for the perks!
Next perk >>>early access to the Austin Film Festival interview with Barbara Morgan…..

EPISODE CONTRIBUTORS:>>>

MONIQUE BOUDREAU – AURAL STAGE STUDIOS, INC
www.auralstage.com
@auralstage

Writer Duet Script format example
Writer Duet Screenshot.

CELTX
www.celtx.com
TRELBY
www.trelby.org
FINAL DRAFT
www.finaldraft.com

ALEXANDER DANNER – GREATER BOSTON AND MORE…

www.greaterbostonshow.com
@ingreaterboston

SCRIVENER
www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener.php

Scrivener menu examples
Scrivener script screenshot example
Scrivener menu example 2
Scrivener screen shot

MAXXIMILLIAN DAFOE – MOLLYVILLE, AFTERLIFE AND MORE…

www.maxximilliandafoe.com
@maxximillian

podcasts>> www.podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com

GOOGLEDOCS
www.google.com/
FINAL DRAFT
www.finaldraft.com
BEAR
www.bear-writer.com
EVERNOTE
Evernote.com
STORYIST
Storyist.com
AMAZON STORYWRITER
Storywriter.amazon.com
SLUGLINE
Slugline.com

THE PODCAST HOST – Equipment for Beginners, Intermediates and Pros
www.thepodcasthost.com/equipment/audio-drama-equipment/

Thank you to allll of our wonderful Patreon contributors…if you would like to become one, Fiona will do an audio dance, just for you. Sarah promises not to….
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We await your trailers Patreon contributors for inclusion in the programme – first come first served! Thanks to those who have contributed already!
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IF YOU ALREADY ARE A PATREON, YOU HAVE A BONUS AWAITING YOU THIS MONTH – Hear allllll of the amazing Maxximillian’s contribution by contacting us. Get the extra lowdown in that beautiful voice! Some gems to share ONLY WITH OUR GLORIOUS PATREONS!

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Script Writing Tools – Scene 1 | Episode 114

If you’ve ever wondered if it’s better for your audio drama writing to try a script writing programme with formatting or not then listen to this – part one of two on how active audio Drama professionals are using theirs. This episode focuses on The AMAazing Jack Ward’s thoughts and experience of using Celtx, THee ENTHUSed Rob Patterson’s writing background and use of Scrivener and THE WONNderful Ben Fort who sings the praises of Google Docs.

Find links to our contributors here:

JACK WARD

http://sonicsociety.org/

http://evicuna.com/

https://m.facebook.com/The-Sonic-Society-140875182618949/

Don’t forget to check out Jack’s Sonic Summerstock 2017- a collection of OTR made by a variety of talented creatives including John Bell, Rachel Rumler, Pete Lutz and Jack himself…

Celtx

ROB PATERSON

Scrivener

BEN FORT

@PDUPod

http://publicdomainuniverse.com/

Google Docs

SCRIPT WRITING PROGRAMMES

CELTX

SCRIVENER

GOOGLE DOCS

BBC WRITERS ROOM – LOADS OF LINKS – USE THEM ALLLLL!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/writers-lab

http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/writers-lab/genre-toolkits/writing-radio-drama

http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/scripts/search?genre=drama&platform=radio&orderby=recent

http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/writers-lab/medium-and-format

SOUND EFFECTS FROM www.freesound.org

Tool box NWSP
http://freesound.org/people/NWSP/sounds/240743/

winding-toy-2 vsokorelos
http://freesound.org/people/VSokorelos/sounds/346185/

Ticking of a Cooker by system_fm

THE PODCAST HOST – My Top 5 Books for Audio Drama Production

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What does a Radio Comedy Producer actually do? | Episode 110

We interview Ed Morrish – A Renowned Independent and Radio 4 Producer.

Have you ever wondered what a Comedy producer actually does? Ed Morrish has been responsible for producing a plethora of amazing shows – mostly on Radio 4 – and you’ll have heard his name on the credits of such shows as John Finnemore’s souvenir programme, The remake of the missing episodes of Hancocks Half Hour, Spats, Lemn Sissay’s Homecoming, The Now Show, The News Quiz, Newsjack, Welcome To Our Village, Please Invade Carefully, Dilemma….the list goes on… and…its a very star studded list of awesomeness…isn’t it?

We find out why writing your project is akin to dealing with meconium….yes….really….and discover what fun can be had with live foley, just how many female comedy commissioners we have had recently, how Ed’s mum (MAYSHERESTINPEACE) (We’re Pratchett fans…this is respectful) realised that a producer ‘doesn’t actually DO anything’, top tips for what to edit out of your work before you submit it, how cool it was to recreate the Hancock’s Half Hour scripts for aural consumption, where to send voice reels, is using music cheating and what fun games John Finnemore uses to warm up his audience.

We can’t WAIT for you to hear this and hope it inspires you to get submitting some awesome comedy to a suitable Producer of your choice soon….

Ed can be found on

www.edmorrish.com

The BBC has a wealth of information about all of the programmes listed on their website http://www.bbc.co.uk/

The Writers Room is a FANTASTIC resource for information and scripts and blogs and writing opportunities….I’m on it daily….http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/
THEIR COMEDY SCRIPT ROOM IS OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS UNTIL 15 MAY – QUICK – GET TOIT! http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/opportunities/script-room

The Radio Drama Company are definitely worth a look at if you’re a budding voice actor…http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1j94Sg0D452YpLFz2SLYLpd/the-radio-drama-company

Links to current Radio 4 Podcasts – http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/radio4/category/comedy

How to Make a Fiction Podcast – ThePodcastHost.com

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#AudioDramaApril
#Trypod

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Ultimate Advice For Making Audio Drama | Part 2

It’s part two of the Audio Drama Production Podcast’s 100th Episode. Listen to part one.

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

We’re Alive, Radio Theatre Workshop, The Stories of Mahabharata,Contador de Historia, Hidden Harbor Mysteries, Fiona Thraille, Hadron Gospel HourWooden Overcoats, Roswell B.C, Owen McCuen, Space Casey, The Cleansed, The Sting of the Dark TowerThe Vienna Jetschko PodcastLightnighBolt Theater of the Mind, Greater Boston, The Night KeepJarnsaxa RisingAlba Salix Royal Physician, Matt LeongShadows & Daylight, Atheist Apocalypse, & Rick Coste.

And, as always, you can get in touch with the show at podcast@audiodramaproduction.com

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 Theatre Company, Radio Drama Revival, The Vienna Jetschko Podcast, Wooden Overcoats, Z-Poc Nation, The Grist Mill, Locke & Key, The Post-Meridian Radio Players, You Are Here, The Bright Sessions, The Truth, Slumberland, The Orphans, Nova Dark, Ohrenkneifer, The Once & Future Nerd, Valenhigh, and Archive 81

And, as always, you can get in touch with the show at podcast@audiodramaproduction.com

How To Scare Your Listener

It’s episode 99, it’s Halloween, and it’s time to talk about terrifying your audience.

Featuring an all star panel of Audio Dramatists from around the world. In order of appearance, Tanja Milojevic (LightnighBolt Theater of the Mind), Kc Wayland (We’re Alive), Chris Jarvis (Radio Theatre Workshop), Scott Hickey (The Grist Mill), Domien de Groot (Audio Epics), Vienna Jetschko (Vienna Jetschko Podcast), Marc Sollinger (Archive 81), Rich Wentworth (Hadron Gospel Hour), Jon Grilz (Small Town Horror), Lindsay Harris-Friel (Jarnsaxa Rising), Zachary Fortais-Gomm (The Orphans), Danilo Battistini (Contador de Historia), Owen McCuen (Voice Actor), Daniel Edenfield (The Night Keep), and John Ballentine (Campfire Radio Theater).

Contact us at podcast@audiodramaproduction.com

Political Messages, Character Beliefs, & Prejudices

Should you try to steer clear of politics, or is it okay to write a political message into your story? That’s part of the discussion on this week’s episode.

Also, what about your characters? Can they have all sorts of beliefs and viewpoints without these ever becoming the main focus of the story?

We’d love to hear your own views on this – send them over to podcast@audiodramaproduction.com

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