Jack | October 30, 2016
One of our fan favourite shows has a new listener. Laurence Raw reviews One by One in his Radio Drama Review site. Darker Musings Anthology, 30 October 2012 This disturbing tale, with more than a distinct echo of Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds, concerned Dan Cummings (John Bell), the self-styled ‘Old-Tmey Man’ of a local Canadian radio station, […]
Jack | October 29, 2016
The indomitable Richard Summers (aka Captain Radio) posted an awesome link in Facebook the other day. Global Map of Accents is a huge project that has audio recordings of people from various parts of the world so that audio voice actors can get a feel for the accent of the region. This is a phenomenal tool for […]
Jack | October 25, 2016
Tonight Jack and David present three shows beginning with the feature Kraken Mare from the good folks at YAP Audioand The Audio Drama Production Podcast. Ending with two shorts- Bells in the Batfry episode #149 and the remake of the classic Wavefront from EVP Name Please starring Erika Sanderson and David Ault. It’s Audio Drama […]
Jack | October 22, 2016
Alex Dueben from The Beat, a blog on Comics Culture, took time to interview everyone’s favourite fedora wearing mystery man of Canada’s Steel town, Gregg Taylor. This grand interview speaks to Gregg’s incredible creative reach in the last decade plus, and his recent endeavors in motion comics. Watching his recent comics brought to life by […]
Jack | October 21, 2016
We in the Society love all things audio, and with Halloween coming up, it only makes sense we look at some of the most unexplained audio clips we have. While there’s many, Matthew Santoro does a good job in his youtube channel outlining ten famous sounds. How many of them do you know?
Jack | October 18, 2016
Wooden Overcoats comes back for a second round with “Tempting Fete” and we continue with our John Bell’s Bells in the Batfry extravaganza with episode 187! IT’S AUDIO DRAMA TIME!!!
Jack | October 17, 2016
Snowronin1 (is it winter already?) provides for fans of Red Sun a glimpse of audio drama actress Lauren Eilola at medium.com. This off the cuff and fluffy conversation gives a little looksee behind the actors voice talents.
Jack | October 11, 2016
This week in the Society another premiere with “The Bane of Rudyard” from Wooden Overcoats and more great classic laughs with John Bell’s Bells in the Batfry, episode #147. It’s Audio Drama Time!
Jack | October 10, 2016
I will admit to having certain goals as a writer. The first is that my stories connect with an audience. The second is that my stories have meaning for an audience. And the third is that my stories last the test of time. Few writers in the science fiction genre can check all three of […]
Jack | October 7, 2016
Prosound has a great article on In the Studio: Tips for Controlling Vocal Sibilance. If you’re unaware of what “sibilance” is, very quickly it is the strong consonants that are stressed (sometimes overly so) in recordings. If you’ve ever listened to someone who let’s their S’s linger a little longer than usual, that could be […]