Tips and Tricks for adapting a feature to a serial fiction podcast very welcome!
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Mike Disa's courses here on Stage 32 were excellent and I'm in the process of adapting my screenplay to Podcast format. What have been your experiences?
Sweet! Mike Disa is hilarious, isn't he?! I find that table reads are really helpful to help determine what language may be needed to help paint the active picture and designate additions - pauses, greater action descriptions, cadences and pauses, etc.
Maybe a case study would help? Like Good Omens was a narrative podcast before they made it into a limited series (of course, based on the book).
Hey, Rebecca D Robinson! Did you see there is a member starting a podcast/Audio Storytelling collective? This is the post he put in the Composing Lounge, but he's looking for all types: https://www.stage32.com/lounge/composing/Composers-Wanted-Audio-Storytel...
We had our first zoom recording session today across two continents! It went well, but slowly! We have outstanding acting quality - most everyone is in England and France. I'm in the Western US, Director is in Montreal and a narrator is in Melbourne, Australia! It's quite an adventure!