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Fullcast Podcast Episode 63

In this mini-episode, Bryan describes how to use multiband-EQ on vocals. In the examples given, the first play is the raw sound (after noise reduction) and the  latter play is the same exact recording after the EQ has been applied. In some takes, the change is subtle. In others, it is more profound.

 

Here is a youtube video that describes this kind of EQ, in case the audio description is too hard to follow:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdDDVortvRU

 

 

Fullcast Podcast Episode 61

Bryan talks with Nobilis Reed about transitioning from Audacity to Reaper. What are the absolute basics you need? What can you do that you couldn’t before?

 

Show Notes:

Audacity

Audition

Ardour

Reaper

Auphonic

Fullcast Podcast Episode 60

Bryan and Abbie talk with Lauren Harris of The Pendragon Variety Podcast about audiobook narration.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 55

Brayn talks with Kenn Crawford, author of the Podiobook Dead Hunt and host of PodioRookie, about the use of music in stories, EQ as your primary tool, and dealing with criticism.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 53

Bryan talks about the making of A Riddle In Nine Syllables by Carrie Vaughn, which appeared in The Drabblecast #275. Discussion covers the importance of casting and the creative use of reverb. The audio examples should help an aspiring producer learn how they can turn clean, flat recordings into a finished sound.

 

Show Notes:

Obsidian’s Web Comic

Obsidian’s Art

Fullcast Podcast Forums

Bryan is @Wolfshade on twitter.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 51

Bryan and Abbie give updates on their various projects.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 47

Bryan and Abbie talk to Will Bowles and Josh Flaum of Written By a Kid on the Geek & Sundry Channel about producing a video series and working with kids.

Be sure to check out their show, and be sure to subscribe if you find it as hilarious as we do.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 46

Part two (of two) of Bryan and Abbie’s talk with Starla Huchton (author, narrator) and Jamie Jordan (producer) of The Dreamer’s Thread. This is part one of a two part interview.

Show Notes:
The Dreamer’s Thread

Designed By Starla

Antigone’s Wrath is a Prize Winner!

Jamie’s Production Page

Gaming Uncensored

The Leviathan Chronicles

Tales from the Archives (Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine)

Nothing To Fear

Sound Dogs

 

Fullcast Podcast Episode 44

Bryan and Abbie talk to Alex White of The Gearheart.

Show Notes:
The Gearheart

Disasterpiece Theatre

Charlie Blanchard

Selected Shorts

Symphony Space

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Awesome Up Your Podcast or Audio Recording – Simple Techniques of
Post-Production

Want to start a podcast, audio play, or recording of yourself reading
your work? And make it sound as incredible as you know it can be?
The Post-Meridian Radio Players are offering this free class to teach
you the best techniques for improving the quality of your recordings
and adding a little audio magic, like special effects and cleaner
voices.

The class will briefly cover the process of recording, and focus on
post-production. Soon, you too will be turning a cat’s cough into an
interdimensional portal, or bringing out the richness of your own
voice.

The class will discuss editing with Audacity, a free software tool, and Reaper, a low-cost software solution with more advanced features.

Instructors include:
– Bryan Lincoln is a voice actor and producer for a number of shows,
including his own FullCast Podcast,
a Parsec-Award winner. He has also produced stories for The Dunesteef
Audio Fiction Magazine and HG World (a zombie audio drama), and is
currently producing a full cast production of a novel.
– Brad Smith is a prolific voice actor and musician who edited and
produced the Parsec-Award nominated Second Shift podcast.

It is optional to bring a laptop with you.

DATE: Saturday, June 30
TIME: 1-5 PM
PLACE: Unity Church of Somerville
6 William Street Somerville, MA 02144
(Downstairs)

Donations welcomed, not required.

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Fullcast Podcast Episode 43

Bryan and Abbie give updates on their projects as they prepare to head to Balticon 2012.

 

Show notes:

The Roundtable Podcast

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