This book provides a unique identity-centered approach to radio, audio, and podcast production which encourages readers to build their confidence and create audio content that matters to them.
Written for those just starting out in audio production and focusing on the process of their self-development, readers will learn how to use sound to express themselves in a variety of ways and to create powerful stories in the process – all with the tools already available to them. At the centre of this approach is the author’s R.E.A.L. method, referring to the creation of audio that is relatable, engaging, authentic, and liberating. Students will learn to apply this concept to each step of the production process, from planning and writing through to interviewing, broadcasting, and responding to feedback. By the end of this book readers will have developed a working knowledge of podcast, audio, and radio production alongside their own means of self-expression.
Supported by exercises and interviews with audio practitioners throughout, Finding Your Voice in Radio, Audio, and Podcast Production is a key resource for anyone approaching radio, audio, or podcasting for the first time.
A supporting companion website with Instructor and Student Resources is available at www.robquicke.com.