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...

December 2014
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And Now a Sound Effect from Star Wars

Posted By on December 17, 2014

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Remember Star Wars? It was quite the thing in the day (and if you believe the hype it will be again starting next year. George Lucas wasn’t just the King of visual effects, he also pioneered in a pile of really unique sound effects. Here’s an incredible look at how the breakdown of the Millennium Falcon’s engines sounded!

Episode 407- Will-oh-be a Conception?

Posted By on December 16, 2014

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A podcast full of returns beginning with the amazing Joe Bev‘s  “Willoughby Gets It” Part 2 and finishing with the great folks at Bunbury Banter Theatre brings us the incredible “Conception” while an old mythic friend of the Society rears its head!

Sonic Echo- 0115- The Old Christmas Switcheroo

Posted By on December 12, 2014

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It’s December, Christmas month in Sonic Echo and this week we have some fun with Christmas confusion and the ol’ switcheroo. Tonight’s double feature includes My Friend Irma and Mel Blanc from The Mel Blanc Show!

All shows can be found in the incredible vault of wisdom-

Episode 406- A Willoughing Dash

Posted By on December 9, 2014

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The incredibly talented Bunbury Banter Theatre provides us a look at “Dash Dashing” while the explosively dynamic Joe Bev brings us “Willoughby Gets It” Part 1 while Jack tries to get out of another fine scrape with the U-Tubed weapon devastating the Audioverse!

Sonic Echo- 0114- The School of the Schmaltz

Posted By on December 5, 2014

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December is our Christmas month at Sonic Echo, and we begin this fest with a little schmaltz and sentimentality from school days. Our shows tonight include Ronald Coleman’sThe Halls of Ivy and Eve Arden’s Our Miss Brooks.

All notes can be found on Class begins!

Episode 405- Song of Seaburn

Posted By on December 2, 2014

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Take a stroll and feel theSeaburn with Jay Sykes Media in this new exciting radio drama!

Sonic Speaks- 0113- David Carley for Beginners

Posted By on November 30, 2014

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Writer, Playwright, Radio Drama Script Editor, David Carley has hundreds of productions across Canada, the United States and internationally. Mr. Carley is our guest at Sonic Speaks as we talk about the law, stage plays, working at CBC Radio, Radio Drama, and the benefits and deficits of being a playwright..

Sonic Echo- 0113- A Wonderful Escape

Posted By on November 28, 2014

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From the twisted but brilliant mind of J.G. Ballard comes these tales of excitement, science fiction, and fear in the rare CBCseries “Vanishing Point”. Come complete our month of November Nightmares with “Escapement” and “Having a Wonderful Time”. Be sure to stop off at the boutique before you leave and stock up on all these shows from

Episode 404- Nerd Reigns King

Posted By on November 25, 2014

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Christian Madera
brings us back parts 3 and 4 of The Once and Future Nerd while David, surviving the blast of the U-Tube weapon looks for escape!

Sonic Speaks- 0112- The Musical Voice of Sharon Bee

Posted By on November 23, 2014

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The incredible singer, musician, composer, Sharon Bee is our special guest this week on Sonic Speaks. Sharon talks to us about writing the music for Electric Vicuña Productions like The Dead Line, Gate, Wavefront, and Firefly- Old Wounds