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