Audio Drama Production Podcast

Audio Drama Production Podcast

How to make fiction podcasts, radio plays, and audio fiction. The Audio Drama Production Podcast covers all aspects of writing, recording and creating Audio Drama. That means radio drama, audio fiction, radio plays, & fiction podcasts.


November 17, 2019 70 mins
This is the final chat with Scooter Mann as co host. He's still going to help out from time to time though!
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Austin and Matthew talk about a new direction, and Matthew teaches Austin a couple tricks in reaper.
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October 2, 2019 5 mins
just a quick update
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In this episode, Austin has a chat with Jessica Rainville creator of Chris an audio drama inspired by a real cold case
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June 20, 2019 38 mins
In this episode Sean Howard, co-creator of Alba Salix, Axe and Crown, and The End Of Time And Other Bothers gives us a breakdown on the success of their Patreon Growth.
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Scooter Mann and Wildclaw Theatre's Ele Matelan talk scriptcrafting for sound! Vocal exercises and a new host!
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Scooter and Austin Chat with Steven Jay Cohen of Spoken Realms Audio about contracts, business, and so much more!

Spoken Realms (
Adobe Document Cloud (Docusign) Document Manager (not name)
Hiscox (business insurance)
Gimlet Startup Podcast
Radiotopia (for commercials model)
Amanda Palmer Ted
Simon Sinek
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Scooter and Austin have a discussion about music in storytelling and Dayn Leonardson of Koach Studios and Broken Bard Studios tells us about the process he uses to compose for a show, and Joe Griffin of Wildclaw Theater tells us what is involved in composing for a live Audio Drama.
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In this episode, Austin talks to Dave Robison about Archivos, a world building program for storytelling. for more information visit
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We talk with KC Wayland about the dos and don’ts of building a studio in your home. We go from room design, sound treatment, to what we’ve done in our own home studios.
Bombs Always Beep By KC Wayland
Behringer Powerplay
Gullifer Maine Anchorage Fabric
Foam Factory - Acoustical Foam
Dyson Cool™ tower fan
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Austin speaks with Matthew Boudreau of Aural Stage Studios, !!th Hour Productions, Audio Drama Network, and the executive producer of this show, about immersive sound. we experimented with google hangouts for this interview and created a live tutorial video with Reaper, demonstrating what is discussed for Patreon Patrons. being that it was our first time using the platform, Austins audio is a little wonky, but we believe we've ...
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August 14, 2018 44 mins
Summary: Scooter and Austin have a discussion about different forms of believable dialog. Showcasing scenes from shows that have good examples of dialog paired with clips from some of the show creators regarding their process.
Our Fair City - Jeffrey Gardner, episode 4.19: Neal Henderson
We're Alive: Lockdown - KC Wayland, We’re Alive: Lockdown, episode 2
A Scottish Podcast - episode 11 - Grapes Of Wrath season 1 Matthew Mcl...
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July 31, 2018 18 mins
Going from Concept to Completion
Summary: Austin and Scooter try to flush out their ideas for a new dog based Audio Drama. Enlisting the help of James Oliva of What’s the Frequency and David Benedict of The Atlanta Radio Theater Company they discuss how to get to the core concept and flush it out into a manageable idea.
Audio Blocks
Italian Song That’s almost English : Adriano Celentano - Prisencolinensinainciusol
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July 16, 2018 18 mins
Executive Producer Matthew Boudreau introduces the new team. Then the crew brainstorms a story pitch with What's the Frequency's James Oliva!

Agoraphobic lumberjacks and implanted dryads! Listen as the team works out a workable story pitch!
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Were you unable to make it to the Vault Festival this year to hear the ADPP live show? Well worry not! This special episode of the Audio Drama Production Podcast brings the Vault Festival to you!
Join The Audio Drama Production Podcast team in an exciting showcase of original audio shorts from around the world – scripts are written by winners of our ADPP Scriptwriting competition. Kick back, sit comfortably and listen to beautifu...
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In her final episode, Sarah interviews the creators behind the Amelia Project. Learn how they masterfully crafted a listenership well before the their premier episode, the team's influences, table reads, show pitches, casting, location scouting and more! Allow Philip Thorne and Øystein Ulsberg Brager to take you through how they made Amelia Project such a success!
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Join us as we sit down with the brilliant George Maddocks of Dead London. Listen as takes us through the art of location recording, it's pitfalls and artistic rewards.
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Sarah sits down for a conversation with the production crew behind the audio drama podcast Tribulation about how their show grew from one episode to an entire series. We also receive deep insight to their rich sound design and thought process behind how it enriches their story. What it takes to get the show just right and where the show might go next.

Sketch sound design by the incredibly talented Tanja Milojevic
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Start your audio drama with a bang! Some intrigue? A dilemma? A talking mouse? This week, Sarah talks with the effervescent Heavenly Deception writer and creator, Steve Schneider about hooking your audience in the first crucial moments of a story. 

We look at seven different audio drama beginnings and think about why they are effective. This hopefully inspires you thought provoked creatives to get more.....innovative to hook your li...
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April 17, 2018 58 mins
How on earth do you start to design your sound effects from scratch? What do you need to create some horrific horror sounds fight scenes or exploding bits for audio? How do you plan and prepare foley from a script alone? How easy is it to plan live foley? What could go wrong?!These questions and more are explored when Sarah interviews the truly wonderful and amazing  Ele Matelan Of Wildclaw theatre and more. 

Enjoy! And thank you so...
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