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This is my series on Dramatic Audio Media, such as Old Time Radio ("The Shadow", "Gunsmoke", etc.), BBC Radio, and other classics -- but also, and most especially, the current renaissance of this art form, and how a person (like me, like you) can begin producing your own audio fiction or poetry or whatever for the enjoyment of countless others. This will be a learning process for me, and my mistakes might very well help you avoid any similar such in your own endeavors.
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Comment #1 posted on 2011-05-09T20:38:00Z by Slurry
This was really good. Great encouragement to strike out deeper into the waters of audio drama ...etc. I'v had a book idea floating around in my head for years, but never considered doing it as audio. Hmmm... Might be able to cast some HPR regulars for parts. Definitely got me thinking. Thanks!
Comment #2 posted on 2011-05-10T05:25:17Z by lostnbronx
Do It! Do It Now!
Thanks for the kind words. I'm telling you, if I can record this stuff, absolutely anyone can. And your idea just might sit around forever, gathering mental dust, if you don't take a stab. AD (audio drama) is an unbelievably versatile art form, which can be molded to, essentially, any vision you have in your head. And you'll like it. Trust me: I have an honest face.
Comment #3 posted on 2011-09-25T20:36:32Z by Tim Francisco
Thanks for the great HPR show. I have enjoyed listening to OTR for some time. Now you have given us some great new information on new dramas as well as OTR links.