Planning & Pre-production

Breaking Down an Audio Drama Script

There’s no big secret to breaking down a script. A lot depends on the workflow and the level of detail you’re looking to get into for your production. Most script editing software has some reporting capability. And often, these reports can be exported as a CSV. This is great news! When I see the letters CSV, I immediately think import to a spreadsheet. Here’s a …

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Create a Story With Value by Valuing its Creators

“It is through art and art only that we can shield ourselves from the sordid perils of actual existence.” Oscar Wilde Regardless of the many hats worn as a content creator, my stance has always been the same in regard to audio drama and other expressions of the writing, visual, and performing arts: Art has value. And I don’t just mean the intrinsic kind. Good …

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Write an Audio Script that Engages the Ears

If you’re just getting started, writing for audio can be a struggle.  Even if you’ve written for the stage or the screen, our minds are so adept at visual thinking, that turning off the visual senses and thinking with your ears requires some practice.  With that in mind, this article will provide some tips to keep your audience’s ears engaged and stir their imagination to …

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