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The Yap Audio Podcast
1 minutes | Aug 18, 2014
Find us at 'Audio Drama Production Podcast'
We're now putting out a weekly show, the Audio Drama Production Podcast. You can find it here https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/id898541818 or here http://audiodramaproduction.libsyn.com - remember to click 'subscribe' Oh, and please feel free to play this promo on your show, podcast, or audio drama :-)
13 minutes | May 23, 2014
Episode 21 - The Yap Audio Podcast
Featuring an interview with Izabela and Mike Russell, founders and organisers of the UK Podcasters conference - happening this August in Birmingham. For more information go to http://ukpodcasters.com/
30 minutes | Mar 2, 2014
Episode 20 - The Yap Audio Podcast
We are delighted to have We're Alive creator and director Kc Wayland back on the podcast. The sound and technical qualities found in his audio drama have undoubtedly contributed to the several million downloads the show has amassed over the past few years. With this in mind, we decided to take a closer look at the show's production, and find out about the equipment, techniques and processes involved in creating each episode.
22 minutes | Feb 6, 2014
Episode 18 - The Yap Audio Podcast
Jack's back. Another exclusive interview with Mr Kincaid who was kind enough to answer a few of our questions - including details of his new eBook 'Kaltenganger' as well as the future of his audio drama series 'Edict Zero FIS'.
33 minutes | Aug 6, 2013
Episode 15 - The Yap Audio Podcast
Featuring an interview with Fred Greenhalgh - the man behind post-apocalyptic audio drama epic The Cleansed, and the long running, extremely popular Radio Drama Revival podcast!
59 minutes | Jul 14, 2013
All Ears - Celebrating Modern Audio Drama
Does modern audio drama give the amateur fiction writer the opportunity to create their own ‘Lost’ or ‘Walking Dead’ style series? Put on your headphones and find out! The demand to be entertained is not a new thing. We all love the feeling of escapism we get by losing ourselves in an epic novel or movie, but in an era of commuting and long working hours finding the time to sit down with a good book can be difficult. Fortunately we also live in a World of instant communications, smartphones and mp3s, and as podcasting and Internet radio continues to grow at a phenomenal rate you can grab your entertainment fix at the touch of a button – even whilst your eyes are busy helping you to drive the car, mow the lawn, or clean the bathroom. Modern audio drama doesn’t just give you the opportunity to dodge bullets and run from hordes of bloodthirsty zombies in the immersive universe of We’re Alive, or travel to the utopian underwater city of Leviathan and hang out with its immortal citizens on your morning commute. The medium also gives its listeners the chance to get involved in acting, writing and producing their own shows, many listeners have taken so much pleasure from their favourite audio drama that they’ve felt compelled to purchase a microphone and learn to mix audio. Some of these listeners have then gone on to produce great shows themselves: inspiring new listeners, and so the cycle continues. This gives the modern audio drama community a magical and unique quality that cannot be found in any other medium. How many fans of The Walking Dead have found themselves playing a character in the show after chatting to the shows producer online? If you have a great idea for a story you don’t need expensive filming equipment, sets, lighting, costumes and props. With a microphone, some audio editing software and a steep learning curve you can create anything, from a comedy in the Wild West to a survival horror on an alien infested Martian colony. The only limit is your own imagination. In “All Ears” we bring together some of the best writers, producers and voice actors in the World of audio drama to talk about their experiences and journeys in this amazing medium , as well as offering invaluable advice to those thinking of picking up the microphone and headphones themselves! With thanks to Julie Hoverson, Jack Kincaid, Christof Laputka, Rich Matheson, Fiona Thraille and Kc Wayland. Clips heard in this show were from The Leviathan Chroni
31 minutes | Jun 15, 2013
Episode 12 - The Yap Audio Podcast. Doomsday Love Affair (Part 2 of 3)
Part 2 of 3. For centuries, society has been obsessed with the end of the world. Dating back to Ancient Jewish scripture in the third century BC, to Cold War tensions, and to modern day Hollywood tales of New York in turmoil. In part two of a series of 3 programmes, experts and enthusiasts look at the culture which has helped to feed our obsession. With thanks to Paul Anderson, Justin Battin, Richard Edwards, Paul Mannering, Matt Mogt, John Trafton and KC Wayland. Music by Tom Cusack. This programme was produced by Robert Cudmore.
38 minutes | Apr 27, 2013
Episode 8 - The Yap Audio podcast
With brand new audio drama by Jay Sykes and Siggi Gunnarsson.
33 minutes | Feb 2, 2013
Episode 4 - The Yap Audio Podcast
Last year we had the pleasure of interviewing Kc Wayland, the creator, writer and director of the hugely successful We're Alive audio drama podcast. Hear the interview on this weeks show, along with chapter 1, part 1 of the series itself!
14 minutes | Jan 19, 2013
Episode 2 - The Yap Audio Podcast
From sharks to zombies. Two interviews from our archives, with the guys from Uproar Comics (creators of Derry based publication Zombies HI) and the Don’t Jump The Shark film podcast.
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