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Fullcast Podcast Episode 54

Bryan talks with Jay Smith about HG World, Audio Drama production, and the current state of podcasting.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 40

Bryan talks about the making of The Ever Dreaming Verdict of Plagues by Jason Sanford, his 11th production for The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine. Topics include some voice acting tips, using EQ to help with room tone, Anteres Mutator as a tool, and using music in an action heavy scene.

 

Show notes:

Veronica Belmont

Paul Kuhr

Fullcast Podcast Episode 22

Bryan and Abbie discuss voice acting with L. “Scribe” Harris of The Pendragon Variety Podcast and James Baxter of the upcoming Googies story which occus in the HG World  universe.  Find Scribe’s voice in Like Cat and Dog  and Plague Birds  over at the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, as well as in Kachikachi Yama on Escape Pod.  Jim can be heard in the Googies Preview.

Show notes:

Audiodramatalk – for audio drama audition calls

Podiobooks Community

The Story (by Dick Gordon)

The I.d.e.a. – for english accents

The Instance

My Epic Heals 

Fullcast Podcast Episode 21

Bryan and Abbie talk with Nathan Lowell  about voice acting, narrating other people’s work, building an audience, and e-book publishing.

Show notes:

Nathan’s Voice Work

Podiobooks

The Crown Conspiracy by Michael J. Sullivan

Brand Gamblin

D.A.Boulter

Quarter Share

Fullcast Podcast Episode 12

Bryan and Abbie continue their conversation with Justin Macumber of the Dead Robots Society, including a discussion about voice actors and scheduling deadlines.

Promos:

The Prisoner of Nanowrimo by Craig Robertson

Giant Gnome Productions

Theme Music is by Hungry Lucy.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 6

In the second half of an interview with Rish Outfield and Big Anklevich of The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, we discuss getting involved in the podcasting community.  Some show notes:

We’ve been recording with the MP3 Skype Recorder since Episode 4.

Go to Audio Drama Talk to find a variety of audio drama podcasts.

Consider the Podiobooks Community when looking for eager voices.

For those new to The Dunesteef, a good starting point would be their reading of A Place So Foreign by Cory Doctorow.

Finally, Bryan spoke at length about the “wall of sound”.  He was talking primarily about the use of separate frequency ranges for overlapping sounds in order to avoid having them mask eachother, allowing them to both be loud and concurrently audible.  Historically, the “wall of sound” involves simultaneous playing of the same sounds on multiple instruments, which is sort of the opposite.  We’ll just have to have Dan on again sometime to clarify its use in audio fiction.

The theme music is by Hungry Lucy.

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