Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Episode 12: Christopher Patrick Lydon

The author of the Falcon Banner series shares with us some of his various addresses around the world, schools us in the ways of the 1-chapter-1-day rule, and lets us know whom we all have to thank for the continuation of his series.

Features music by Mazedude - go to http://www.mazedudemusic.com for more. Also featured is Orange Light Through Broken Bottles by Wil Richardson with Lakeport Autoelectric

Listen: Episode 12: Christopher Patrick Lydon

(36:56, 50.7 MB, released 2008.08.08)

Episode 11 - Laura Post

DP's most prolific actress picks her favorite DP series, pitches her idea for a Star Trek Musical and fills us in on how voice work in L.A. is different than voice work in Chicago.

Featuring Music by Orange Oblivion You can find them at http://www.myspace.com/orangeoblivion

Listen: Episode 11 - Laura Post

(29:43, 40.8 MB, released 2008.07.15)

Sunday, June 01, 2008

Episode 10 - 3 Authors

Three of our authors (Miles Reid, Arman Borghem and Paul Mannering) speak out about this crazy fad called "audio theater" and how writing prose is different than writing for audio.

Listen: Episode 10 - 3 Authors

(22:50, 31.5 MB, released 2008.06.01)

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Episode 9 - Chris Snyder

Ever want to be a post-producer? Our audio guru, Chris Snyder, warns us of the dangers of getting into audio production at an early age, falling asleep with your headphones on, and improperly mixing footsteps.

Listen: Episode 9 - Chris Snyder
(14:54, 20.6 MB, released 2007.11.21)

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Episode 8 - Clym Angus and Matt Manning

Clym Angus (Arch Duke Walker Von Karen from "The Falcon Banner") and Matt Manning (writer and actor at http://IsotopeAudio.co.uk) discuss the delicate intricacies of audio comedy, what to do with the stupid stuff in your mind, and whether yelling the word "BAGS" is funny.

Listen: Episode 8 - Clym Angus and Matt Manning
(16:47, 23.2 MB, released 2007.08.19)

Monday, June 18, 2007

Episode 7 - David Ault

David Ault chats with us from his linen closet all about acting classes, scaring underclassmen with goatees and having lunch with fictional characters.

Listen: Episode 7 - David Ault
(21:17, 29.3 MB, released 2007.06.18)

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Episode 6 - Fiona Conn and Shire Smith

Good friends Shire Smith and Fiona Conn describe the modern-day long-distance friendship, rehash their good times, define what a Henshin is, and just generally enjoy each other's company.

Listen: Episode 6 - Fiona Conn and Shire Smith
(28:35, 28.1 MB, released 2007.03.14)

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Episode 5 - Alexander Davis on Making money with audio drama

Alexander Davis speaks about his new approach to audio theater and why getting money is better than not getting money.

Listen: Episode 5 - Alexander Davis on Making money with audio drama
(18:16, 25.1 MB, released 2007.02.14)

Friday, January 05, 2007

Episode 4 - Paul Mannering on growing up kiwi

Paul Mannering, our resident Kiwi, spins tales of sex and death on the farm, swimming over the edge of a continental shelf, and why babies and rats just don't mix.

Listen: Episode 4 - Paul Mannering on growing up kiwi

(12:53, 11.9 MB, released 2007.01.05)

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Episode 3 - Mark Bruzee on the transition from stage acting to voice acting

Mark Bruzee, actor of stage and voiceover, delights us with tales of his involvement in Darker Projects and the roots of Night Terrors and the Harbinger. Have a listen and find out the answer to the burning question: What do underpants have to do with voice acting?

Listen: Episode 3 - Mark Bruzee on the transition from stage acting to voice acting

(15:55, 14.6 MB, released 2006.12.07)

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Episode 2 - Elie Hirschman on "He-man: The Parody!"

Elie Hirschman, producer and writer of He-man: The Parody! riffs about his life-long love of an animated series, and takes us through the steps that it took to turn tragedy into comedy into travesty.

Listen: http://www.darkerprojects.com/audiop/behind_dp/BehindDP002.mp3
(21:30, 19.7 MB, released 2006.11.15)

Friday, October 13, 2006

Judah Friese on the history of Darker Projects

Episode 1: Judah Friese

Actor Judah Friese inaugurates our podcast series by giving some insight into how Darker Projects came about, teases us with trivia about his involvement in DP, and clues us in on how it feels to play yourself in an audio drama.

Episode 1
(13:52, 12.8 MB, released 2006.10.13)

Behind the Scenes at Darker Projects

A podcast series exploring the cast and crew of Darker Projects

If you're reading this, you might already know that Darker Projects is one of the premiere sources of quality audio fiction on the internet. What you might not know is where a lot of these great ideas come from. This podcast brings you the voices of those responsible for the great content you hear on Darker Projects. Hear interviews from producers, composers, writers and actors. Have a look behind the scenes... at Darker Projects.

Listen to the Intro
(0:35, 0.5 MB, released 2006.10.13)