Audio Drama Production Podcast: How to make radio drama, radio plays, & audio fiction
About This Show
A podcast covering all aspects of writing, recording and creating audio drama. Whether you are a completely new to the medium or have been producing for decades, the Audio Drama Production Podcast aims to help and inspire you towards creating more content, offering opinions, answering questions and providing a platform for you to contribute to the discussion.
The show is hosted by Matthew and Robert of Yap Audio Production. Find us at audiodramaproduction.com, follow us on Twitter @yapaudio, and send your comments, questions, and proposed topics to email@example.com
For a full list of episodes go to http://audiodramaproduction.com/episodes.
Most Recent Episode
112 - Acting: Act 1
Hello! Interested in voice acting and wanting to know more, or already doing it but looking to take it up a level or more? What training opportunities are there? Where do you find jobs? How do you prepare a script, warm up, work well with your colleagues and director? What other fields do voice actors work in? We bombard this week's guests with such questions and, resilient folk that they are, they come back with some great insights and invaluable advice. The world of voice acting for audio drama is such a varied one, we have divided it into two acts. Here, in Act 1, we had the great pleasure of talking to three professional actors: David Ault has been quite prolific in audio drama over the last decade. He is currently working in The No Sleep Podcast Erika Sanderson was an established stage actor before coming to audio drama. She now features in The No Sleep Podcast Beth Eyre is a voice actor probably best known for her role as Antigone Funn in Wooden Overcoats, as well as working for The Wireless Theatre Company. She also has a range of experience, from BBC productions to theatre acting too. Some of the many places to find voice acting roles: Casting Call Pro Voices Pro Audio Drama Auditions Facebook Group An excellent guide to setting your recording levels and positioning your microphone by Steven Jay Cohen
Rated 5 out of
Informative and entertaining!
Dirk Maggs, KC Wayland, and many other great guests are interviewed while the hosts discuss all facets of audio drama production. The show isn't just for audio drama production enthusiasts. Audio drama listeners can gain insight into some of the most popular modern audio drama shows currently available. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2015-05-07