Jack | April 30, 2015
There’s been a lot of discussion back and forth from different quarters as to what you call various roles in the Audio Drama world. Some people prefer Audio Engineer, Recording Engineer, Sound Editor, Editor, or Sound Producer, Production Editor and the like to describe the work of Post Production of an audio drama. Similarly, I’ve […]
Jack | April 29, 2015
A long time ago in a galaxy quite near to this one, the Sound Effects artists painted pictures in the minds of the young and old alike by using a variety of machines, and ingenuity. Check out this fantastic production from the past that gives a glimpse in what was, and what could be today! […]
Jack | April 28, 2015
David, and David, and Evil-David along with the evil Vidrex brings you tonight’s scary fare with David Cumming’s and a double feature of The No Sleep Podcast– “Wilson Ranch Incident” and “Real Hunger Can’t Be Fed”.
Jack | April 26, 2015
David Ault sits down with the comedy writer Nev Fountain from Dead Ringers, and radio drama Doctor Who, to talk the funniest things about audio drama!
Jack | April 25, 2015
The Prime Minister of Canada presented the latest budget for the fiscal year with a special Easter egg. According to Huffington Post Businesss: “The budget tabled yesterday includes a measure that will extend copyright protection on audio recordings to 70 years as of the recording’s release, from the current 50 years.” Many who feel that […]
Jack | April 24, 2015
Our last week this month of April’s Merry-go-round with General Forces radio from across the pond brought to you by David Ault, and showcasing “Much Binding”. Be with us next week as we begin May Meta-human month!
Jack | April 19, 2015
The amazing audio critic from Radio Drama Reviews, Laurence Raw chats with Jack all the way from Turkey through the magic of skype!
Jack | April 17, 2015
Tonight David brings us two more comedy gems on the merry-go-round from the BBC vaults continuing our showcase month of British OTR with “Studio Stand Easy” and “HMS Waterlogged”
Jack | April 16, 2015
Tiffanie Wen talks about our favourite subject- the appeal of the audio story and why it is so compelling in this lovely article. Notice how she begins with the single voice narrator and moves into the power of audio drama to tell the story commenting on John Deaver’s The Starling Project as an example of […]