Fullcast Podcast Episode 4

Bryan talks with PG Holyfield about the book launch for the  murder mystery fantasy Murder at Avedon Hill, a novel that was released as a full cast story that spanned 2 years of production and 42 episodes.  Our discussion ranges from production choices and methods to the editing process in preparation for the print release.  If you’re interested in the book, consider buying it through Amazon on May 15th 2010 to help him push the title up the charts.

Abbie will be back for Episode 5, where the guests will be Big Anklevich and Rish Outfield from the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 3

In the continuation of our discussion with J. Daniel Sawyer , a question about a recent blog post spawns a conversation about the business side of podcasting, including the creation of an industry association with resources that all full cast producers would find valuable.  Even those not looking to monetize their creative endeavors should consider adopting certain legal habits in an ever growing community of podcast novelists.

Fullcast Podcast Feedback 1

Bryan and Abbie answer a question from Craig Robertson, author of The Innerglow Effect and a member of the Podiobooks community.  He asks about how to approach voice actors for your full cast project.

Fullcast Podcast Episode 2

Bryan and Abbie talk with special guest J. Daniel Sawyer about working with voice actors.  This episode is heavily geared toward the production end of making full cast audiobooks.

Mentioned in Show:

Billibub Baddings by Tee Morris

First chapter of Soulless by Gail Carriger (Directed by J.Daniel Sawyer)

Free Programs used by J Daniel Sawyer:

Audacity for rough edits and cleanup – Mac or PC

Ardour for assembly – Mac or Linux

Book suggestion for learning audio theory: Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook

Transfer large files through Skype if you don’t have your own ftp server.

Theme music by Hungry Lucy

Fullcast Podcast Episode 1

Bryan and Abbie introduce themselves, discuss what full cast is, and talk about their motivations for producing full cast stories and releasing them for free.

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