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Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Why Do We Love Audio Stories So Much?

| 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 […]

Transforming the AB to AD

| March 18, 2015

Robert Montenegro muses in the BigThink Blog that maybe Audio Books are really the next step to bringing back Audio Drama. He notes that from a piece in NPR, that something big is coming down the pipeline with the audioverse. While this may not be such big news for the Society, we’re all excited that […]

Cool Hand Mike

| July 31, 2014

Michael L.  Stokes, Audio Production star of H.G. World, Gypsy Audio, and our own award winning Alone in the Night from the Wavefront Anthology series has his own production website up. Go take a look, see what’s cooking, and marvel at the awesome work he does!  

A Little Theatrefolk Interview

| January 2, 2014

Late last year Jack sat down with Lindsey Price the host of “Theatrefolk Podcast” and talked about Radio Drama in the classroom. Have a listen here. 

The History of an Epic

| April 2, 2012

Nothing is more interesting than looking back at the path that brought you to where you are, and nothing is more interesting than looking at Audio Epic’s History. Domien de Groot takes you on a great behind the scenes look at the development of an Audio writer and his love for the craft. Keep writing […]

Script Frenzy- How Do I Write Scripts?

| April 10, 2011

A listener wrote in to the Huey mailbag this week asking for some tips on writing audio drama scripts and so I dug this article out that I originally wrote for the Sonic Society season 1 and reposted on my writing blog. So good luck to everyone involved in Script Frenzy this month and if […]

What a Sight!

| September 30, 2010

We can’t help ourselves. We love Movies for the Blind. These good folks take all kinds of great and schlocky movies from the past and make ’em so you can do all the work in your brain. We’ve mentioned this before, but visuals as much as we like them, are really not very good for […]

Editing Audio Drama with Audacity and R

| July 17, 2010

R. Francis Smith’s blog Stress Fracture gives a great 101 look at the rough editing process using Audacity 1.3. Mr. Smith has been involved in Pendant Audio specifically the Wonder Woman show! Go read his article on Audacity Skillz (mind not the typos, they are for style!)


| May 19, 2010

After watching part of Firefly with my sons recently, I was reminded of all the times Old Wounds keep festering. I fixed my laptop a year ago only to find out that the owner/operator of the business was a browncoat fan of Old Wounds. My sister pointed out too that friends of hers tried to […]

Better Late Than Never- Shadowlands Returns

| April 25, 2010

After a lot of waiting, I’ve finally taken about six hours to hunt down, properly tag, upload and link the original Shadowlands Theatre series of audio drama in the Electric Vicuna website. Here you’ll find the alternate reality Biff Straker to help you wait for the delayed reboot. The original adventure of “Philip Graves” in […]