Recording at a distance from your fellow audio drama artists is challenging. Lindsay and Sarah discuss some ways that writers can make scripts easier for voice actors and sound designers.  Plus: what makes an ideal recording environment? How do telephones work on you?  Why do you need a good sound bed? What is the secret of Pittsburgh’s jukeboxes?  What did Oscar Wilde think of baseball? 

Episode XI: Writing for Remote Recording ADWIT: The Audio Drama Writers' Independent Toolkit

Recording at a distance from your fellow audio drama artists is challenging. Lindsay and Sarah discuss some ways that writers can make scripts easier for voice actors and sound designers.  Plus: what makes an ideal recording environment? How do telephones work on you?  Why do you need a good sound bed? What is the secret of Pittsburgh's jukeboxes?  What did Oscar Wilde think of baseball? Warning and/or Bonus: Spoilers or promo for Homecoming and The TowerResources: MADIVA podcast episode 108- remote recordingWooden Overcoats behind the scenes videos: Recording The Final Scene and Season 2: Behind The ScenesBombs Always Beep by K. C. WaylandHow to Record a Podcast Remotely: Best Call Recording Apps (The Podcast Host) Pittsburgh Telephone Music ServiceSubscribe or Follow us, so you can be sure to hear all the episodes. Tell us what you think on Twitter, at @adwitpodcast. Like what you heard? Write a review, at Podchaser, or Apple Podcasts. Or, write to us, at writersadwit@gmail.com. Want more audio fiction in your life? Subscribe to The Fiction Podcast Weekly. Avanti!

Warning and/or Bonus: Spoilers or promo for Homecoming and The Tower
Resources: 

MADIVA podcast episode 108- remote recording
Wooden Overcoats behind the scenes videos: Recording The Final Scene and Season 2: Behind The Scenes
Bombs Always Beep by K. C. Wayland
How to Record a Podcast Remotely: Best Call Recording Apps (The Podcast Host) 
Pittsburgh Telephone Music Service

Subscribe or Follow us, so you can be sure to hear all the episodes. 
Tell us what you think on Twitter, at @adwitpodcast. 
Like what you heard? Write a review, at Podchaser, or Apple Podcasts. 
Or, write to us, at writersadwit@gmail.com. 
Want more audio fiction in your life? Subscribe to The Fiction Podcast Weekly

Avanti!

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