The Sonic Society

Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Welcome To The Society...

The Sonic Society is a Broadcast/Podcast out of Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada. We showcase the very best of Modern Audio Drama from around the world. We also showcase new releases of Audio works here on the site, give links for latest episodes, and look at new audio series. Please join Jack Ward and David Ault in the Society...

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Posted By on November 19, 2014

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Electric Vicuña ProIndianHeadTestPattern16x9ductions has made an unscheduled rest stop. Because of a technical problem with our new service provider, we’re looking at making the move to virtual servers and all the bigger and better things that provides for 24/7, 365 day availability. Our home should be back up before Sunday. Please forgive the blackout.

Announcing Season 10 in Graphics- Matt Leong!

Posted By on November 19, 2014

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Another grand piece of new Sonic art from the Prime Sonicateer- Matt Leong from Draw Sumthin Cool! (How cool is this?) ssociety10

Episode 403- The Pulp of War

Posted By on November 18, 2014

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Narada Radio’s Pete Lutz is back again with another grand tale from Pulp-Pourri Theatreand “Convince Me I Said” and David Ault is still alone in the depths of the grand U-Tube weapon, just before it powers up to fire!

Mark Time Awards 2014

Posted By on November 17, 2014

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With grateful thanks to listener Scott Gallatin we have here, the Mark Time Awards ceremony hosted by the awesome Jerry Stearns from Great Northern Audio!

Sonic Speaks- 0111- Breaking the Ice with Jeffrey Adams

Posted By on November 16, 2014

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Writer, producer, actor, the Old Man of Radio Drama, Jeffrey Adams fromIcebox Radio Theater sits down to have a chat with Jack about all things IRT, writing, Internet Radio, acting, and what it’s like living in International Falls. It’s a Minnesota nice time!

Sonic Echo- 0111- Quiet Please and Lights Out!

Posted By on November 14, 2014

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LightsOutLPFront1 Our second outing of Sonic Echo’s November Nightmares includes two tales by the sea- “The Thing on the Fourbleboard” from “Quiet Please” anthology and “The Sea” from the famous “Lights Out” series. Remember to check out both these shows and more from archive.org!!

Episode 402- Chattering Horror Continues

Posted By on November 11, 2014

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David continues his trek through the conclusion of the original tales from the Chatterbox Audio Horror Broadcast!

Presenting our final voyage in live sounds from the direction of Bob Arnold and a plethora of writers and talented actors from the 2014 show!

Sonic Speaks- 0110- Broken Waves and Talking Shoes

Posted By on November 9, 2014

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Bill Hollweg, Lothar Tuppan and our Jack got on to atalkshoe to gab about Broken Sea Audio, some of their favourite things about this awesome medium we love so much, and some of the great shows they have and are coming soon. Check our Broken Sea today!

Sonic Echo- 0110- A Horror in Peoria Returns

Posted By on November 7, 2014

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The Peoria Plague comes to us from archive.org! Little known fact, Jack wrote his epic One by One after listening to the Peoria Plague for the first time. Guaranteed to give you chills to start off our November Nightmare month on Sonic Echo!

 

Episode 401- Chattering Horror

Posted By on November 4, 2014

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David awakens to find himself only connected by the incredible original tales from the 2014 Chatterbox Audio Horror Broadcast!

Presenting the first part of the incredible voyage in live sounds from the direction of Bob Arnold and a plethora of writers and talented actors!