Audio Drama Production Podcast

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In her final episode, Sarah interviews the creators behind the Amelia Project. Learn how they masterfully crafted a listenership well before the their premier episode, the team's influences, table reads, show pitches, casting, location scouting and more! Allow Philip Thorne and Øystein Ulsberg Brager to take you through how they made Amelia Project such a success!
Sarah sits down for a conversation with the production crew behind the audio drama podcast Tribulation about how their show grew from one episode to an entire series. We also receive deep insight to their rich sound design and thought process behind how it enriches their story. What it takes to get the show just right and where the show might go next.Sketch sound design by the incredibly talented Tanja Milojevic
11th Hour Audio Productions exists to bring you hair raising amazing horror audio drama for World Audio Drama Day. It is all recorded edited and produced entirely during the month of October and aired on the 30th. Scary huh?Pioneered by Monique and Matthew Boudreau with Fred Greenhalgh and more luminaries a few years ago, this year it involved 5 teams from across the world.In this episode we interviewed the core team leaders and have fun in fathoming what Eleventh hour is all about from people who have survived doing it. Sometimes more than once. This is in the hope that you...yes you reading this right now...might be inspired to make your own Eleventh Hour show next year by jumping in and joining a team or finding your own collaborators. C'mon world! Join in!Huge thanks to our first Guest Host Zachary Fortais-Gomme, Producer/Writer of The Orphans Podcast.And to Anne-Marie Luff who fine tuned and professionalised Sarah's Editing!Also ADPP Hugs and Thanks toMatthew and Monique Boudreau of Aural Stage StudiosAustin Beach, Scott Phillips and Jeremy Hennessy Of Audioblivious Productions John Scott Ballentine Of Campfire Radio Theatre and Steve SchneiderMJ Cogburn Of Darker ProjectsKarim Kronfli and Richard Brooks (Must also link you to Escape Velocity by Chris Jarvis)Neil Gustin Of Twilight Audio Theatre and Tanja Milojevic of Ligh
Have Your Say: The ADPP 2017 Winter SurveyWhy aren't there more kids audio shows? Why isn't there horror? Sci-fi? Comedy coming voluminously out of - and into - children's ears? We ponder the audio scene for kids and focus on the amazing range of work in bi-naural audio being done by Michel Lafrance on The Owlfield, and how Jonathan Messinger is inspiring kids to create and nurture their love of reading by listening to Finn Caspian.How and where do they market their shows? What is their demographic and how do they focus their shows on those age ranges? How do they make their shows appealing to kids and how much interaction do they get from their young audiences? We discuss how podcasting folks need to educate parents about what wealth of shows are available to them, and hopefully inspire you to crack on and make some audio drama for kids too!And (Cry) this is also sadly Fiona Thraille's last co-presenting episode. We will miss her truly very madly deeply very much and wish her well in her future Audio Drama Producing endeavours, and she has promised to come back and speak about them one day. You're still stuck with Sarah. Sorry 'bout that....Our next episodes are co-presented by Zachary Fortais-Gomme of The Orphans Podcast re our horror episode, and then Rick Coste for part two of our children's audio exploration. Each new show will now have a co-host who is someone amazing from the Audio Drama world. If you'd be interested in doing this and are an active audio drama creative, please let Sarah know!We are excited to present our Winter Survey Questionnaire -https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Q5JJCKD - launched on our Facebook Forum page. Please do tell us what you like that we're doing, what we need to improve and what you would love to hear episodes about in future. We need as many of you as possible to feed into this so we produce the most useful episo
BARBARA MORGAN - Executive Producer, Organiser and General Superstar Austin Film Festival Guru.The Austin Film Festival has been going for a while - it's a burgeoning and exciting event in the Creative Calendar and you should go if you can! If you're wondering "WHY ARE ADPP INTERVIEWING FOLKS FROM A FILM FESTIVAL?" Well you wonderful people. Because we know there's some awesome writers out there who listen to this loverly show, and also happen to create or aspire to creat #AudioDrama. And at this festival, there's workshops for creating audio specific shows and for screenwriting and allsorts, and it seems like it is a fanTASTIC event to go to if this is your bag.  Barbara fills us in on what happens there and the finer details. Enjoy....LINKS TO AUSTIN FILM FESTIVALAUSTIN FF WEBSITEAUSTIN FF TWITTERAUSTIN FF FACEBOOKAUDIO DRAMA PRODUCTION PODCAST'SKETCH' GUEST STAR - NEWS REPORTER AND TRULY HANDSOME POLICE OFFICER :MR FIONA THRAILLESOUND EFFECTS USED:Freesound.orgSFX Car Indicator Interior by TwoLivesLeft           Button by 13F_Panska_Ko CAR DOOR CLOSING FROM OUTSIDE by metrostock99 MISC_Police_Siren_In_Stop_Officer by conleec AMB_Siren_Police_Pass_004 by conleec AMB_S_Cars_Passing_Highway_001 by conleec AM Radio in Car by weaveofk Zipper 1 by MrAuralization Zipper 2 by MrAuralization Car Trunk by Tokyoshowdown Car Door Opening and Closing 002 by noellewis700 opening_Car_door by rnl Geo Prizm interior takeoff and drive around 2 by jh
Need a serialised epic fantasy drama in your life? Loved Cabin in the Woods? Then you should already be fans of The Once and Future Nerd. Fiona interviews Christian - Co-Creator, Executive Producer Director Editor and Writer extraordinaire of this fun and dramatic entertaining podcast. With advice on why you should totally love what you do in podcasting, why Tumblr as a community is important for podcasting, and why you should definitely join at least one of TOAFN communities! Be inspired! AND if you have ten million dollars to spare, feel free to help Christian make this series into a movie.....Click any of the links below for more info.This is the final episode of our 2017 Summer Season of Conception to Production interviews. Thank you to Travis Vengroff and Kaitlin Statz, Pacific Obidiah, James Oliva, Lindsay Harris-Friel, Lance Dann, Lindsay Graham, MJ Cogburn and of course Christian. We hope if you haven't listened to those interviews, you'll happily binge all at once now. So. Much. Talent! Please also tell us what you thought by reviewing us on APole Podcasts or send us an email. We're really keen to get us more wonderful proactive listeners......If you have an idea for a programme
M.J COGBURN - DARKER PROJECTS AND OTHER AUDIO COOLNESSOn a dark and stormy night, we managed to interview an inspiring wonderful creative from the world of audio drama. M.J COGBURN has pretty much done every role in getting a podcast story from someone's brain to publication. A writer, producer, editor, actor, director....this interview looks at how influential her work has been and will be! You like anthology horror, Quantum Leap, Star Trek, Dr Who, Superheroes....ahh the list is too long....just browse their website and subscribe to Darker Projects and more. Excellent storytelling using our favourite medium....at its best...by the best...DARKER PROJECTS LINKSDARKER PROJECTS WEBSITEDARKER PROJETCS FACEBOOKDARKER PROJECTS TWITTERMJCOGBURN TWITTERQUANTUM LEAPAUDIO DRAMA PRODUCTON PODCAST INFO AND LINKSwww.thepodcasthost.comAUDIO DRAMA PRODUCTION PODCAST…Find Us…Join Us!ADPP TWITTERFiona Thraille @fthrllSarah Golding @SarahofGolding
It’s hard not to get excited by the thought of listening to Audio Drama in 3D. Though binaural audio isn’t a new thing, it’s still relatively rare to encounter unless you are actively searching for it online. Many people’s first (and often only) experience with this form of sound design comes from sitting in the chair of the binaural barber shop – stick your headphones on and have a listen if you’ve never heard this one before.Scottish-based Canadian producer Michel Lafrance (The Owl Field) has learned and mastered the techniques of building soundscapes in this manner, and he’s using them to create first person 3D Audio Dramas which drop you right into the middle of them as the main character.Michel is also developing a business model around his productions, and has ambitious plans to grow the company in the future. Aside from delving into how you actually make binaural audio, we also chat about his reasons behind charging for the shows (all expect Overnight, which is free).The Owl Field have also been nominated for a FutureBook Award, and we discuss what that could mean for both Michel, and the medium as a whole.
This is the final chat with Scooter Mann as co host. He's still going to help out from time to time though!
This is the final chat with Scooter Mann as co host. He's still going to help out from time to time though!
Austin and Matthew talk about a new direction, and Matthew teaches Austin a couple tricks in reaper.
Austin and Matthew talk about a new direction, and Matthew teaches Austin a couple tricks in reaper.
In this episode, Austin has a chat with Jessica Rainville creator of Chris an audio drama inspired by a real cold case
In this episode, Austin has a chat with Jessica Rainville creator of Chris an audio drama inspired by a real cold case
In this episode Sean Howard, co-creator of Alba Salix, Axe and Crown, and The End Of Time And Other Bothers gives us a breakdown on the success of their Patreon Growth.
In this episode Sean Howard, co-creator of Alba Salix, Axe and Crown, and The End Of Time And Other Bothers gives us a breakdown on the success of their Patreon Growth.
Scooter Mann and Wildclaw Theatre's Ele Matelan talk scriptcrafting for sound! Vocal exercises and a new host!
Scooter Mann and Wildclaw Theatre's Ele Matelan talk scriptcrafting for sound! Vocal exercises and a new host!
Scooter and Austin Chat with Steven Jay Cohen of Spoken Realms Audio about contracts, business, and so much more!Spoken Realms (https://www.spokenrealms.com/)DochubAdobe Document Cloud (Docusign) Document Manager (not name)Hiscox (business insurance)Gimlet Startup PodcastRadiotopia (for commercials model)Amanda Palmer TedSimon Sinek
Scooter and Austin Chat with Steven Jay Cohen of Spoken Realms Audio about contracts, business, and so much more!Spoken Realms (https://www.spokenrealms.com/)DochubAdobe Document Cloud (Docusign) Document Manager (not name)Hiscox (business insurance)Gimlet Startup PodcastRadiotopia (for commercials model)Amanda Palmer TedSimon Sinek
Scooter and Austin have a discussion about music in storytelling and Dayn Leonardson of Koach Studios and Broken Bard Studios tells us about the process he uses to compose for a show, and Joe Griffin of Wildclaw Theater tells us what is involved in composing for a live Audio Drama.
Scooter and Austin have a discussion about music in storytelling and Dayn Leonardson of Koach Studios and Broken Bard Studios tells us about the process he uses to compose for a show, and Joe Griffin of Wildclaw Theater tells us what is involved in composing for a live Audio Drama.
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Podcast Details

Created by
UberDuo Podcast Network
Podcast Status
Idle
Started
Sep 6th, 2014
Latest Episode
Nov 17th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
178
Avg. Episode Length
44 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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