Once again, it’s time for the annual Halloween podcast, sliding in just under the midnight wire. This year’s tale of terror is “The Final Broadcast.”
Click the link to play in your browser or right-click to save to your computer. This year’s program runs just under 18 minutes. The file size is around 34 MB. I’m not thrilled with the way this year’s production turned out, but I promised to have something, so here it is.
I owe a big Thank You to the friends who helped me out by lending their time and voices to the project, even though they donâ€™t necessarily share my love of the medium.
Paul Batteiger of Adventurotica (warning-link is NSFW)
Eilis Oâ€™Neal, author of The False Princess
Also big props to Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech, Licensed under Creative Commons â€œAttribution 3.0â€³ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/â€ Thereâ€™s a vast array of fine free-to-use music on his site. If you can throw some love his way, please do.
If youâ€™re interested in technical details, the program was assembled in Audacity, a wonderful freeware sound editor. These things are a lot of work, so I probably wonâ€™t be doing these more than once a year, but if you enjoy it, please tell your friends. If there is enough interest, I may do more.
The story is copyright 2012 by Tony Frazier. Recording can be distributed under Creative Commons â€œAttribution 3.0â€³ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/â€
ETA: Oh yeah, I almost forgot. There’s been no trace of it on the front page, but I’ve also been running a quiet little experimental story every day this month. You can go here to start it, and then just keep hitting “next…”