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Audiocraft Podcast

Audiocraft Podcast

Audiocraft

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A series of recordings from the Audiocraft Podcast Festival featuring the best audio storytellers and creators from Australia and beyond.

Latest Episodes

Hey Aunty! Live

On podcast Hey Aunty! host Shantel Wetherall shares fireside chats with black women and non-binary siblings who’ve been there. In this episode recorded live at Audiocraft Podcast Festival, Shantel asks guests Faith Chaza and Renee Williamson: How do you find your creative community? Find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

62 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Hey Aunty! Live

The Objects of Interviewing

An incredible interview takes any topic and turns it into gripping listening by finding the humanity at the heart of the story. It’s not always easy. In Everything is Alive, Ian Chillag flirts with fact and fiction, and manages to find the moment of connection in every interview. Even when his interviewees are inanimate objects like a can of cola, or a bath towel. You can find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

61 MIN2019 OCT 16
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The Objects of Interviewing

What I Wish I Knew

If you could go back in time to before you hit publish on your very first episode, what piece of advice would you give yourself? Five podcasters give their past selves a good talking-to and share wisdom that you can apply to your own podcast right now. You can find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

46 MIN2019 OCT 9
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What I Wish I Knew

Stories and Squiggly Lines

How will we tell audio stories in the future? Three leading artists and technological experimenters consider the innovations inspiring new forms of audio storytelling and production. Olivia Rosenman (Google’s Creative Lab / History Lab), Sam Haren (Sandpit) and Becky Sui Zhen (Art Processors / Sui Zhen) Hear an excited and critical assessment of what’s already possible, what’s coming soon, and what it all means for the craft of audio-making. You can find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

50 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Stories and Squiggly Lines

Writing for the Ear to See (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

We make stories for the ear, but there’s no escaping the highly visual nature of the work we produce. No other medium allows its audience to see as imaginatively, as privately, and as sensitively, as audio. But how do we go about accessing this visual capacity of audio?Sophie Townsendshares tips for using narration to allow our audience to see what they’re hearing. This episode is shared with us by our friends at Third Coast International Audio Festival. It was recorded at the 2018 Third Coast Conference. Listen to the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast for more, and find a transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

69 MIN2019 SEP 25
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Writing for the Ear to See (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

All Stories Are Stories About Power (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

Two moments are colliding: An oppressive politics of hate and repression, and a boom in narrative storytelling. So how do we use one to confront the other? Chenjerai Kumanyika and Sandhya Dirks offer techniques to explode traditional narratives. This episode is shared with us by our friends at Third Coast International Audio Festival. It was recorded at the 2018 Third Coast Conference. Listen to the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast for more, and find a transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

92 MIN2019 SEP 18
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All Stories Are Stories About Power (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

Bodies of Sound

There’s a wall between our ideas, dreams and desires and the real world: our body. Meat is a podcast about our bodies and the lives we live because of them. Experience Jonathan Zenti’s masterful storytelling and hear about the creative process behind the project, full of audio experimentation and buoyed by international collaboration. You can find the transcript for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

56 MIN2019 SEP 11
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Bodies of Sound

Arrogant Aunt

In the Arrogant Aunt episodes of the Sisteria podcast, guests answer questions ‘with authority they just don’t have’—an exercise in defeating imposter syndrome in all of us. In this Audiocraft edition, Sisteria’s Stephanie Van Schilt, along with Shantel Wetherall (Hey Aunty!) and Christina Choi (Spotify, NYC) take your questions about creativity, motivation and mastering that pod/life balance, by reflecting on their own podcast practice. You can find the transcript for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

46 MIN2019 SEP 4
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Arrogant Aunt

Sound Up Showcase

Spotify’s Sound Up Bootcamp worked with ten First Nations storytellers to develop their podcasts, taking the seed of an idea and shaping it into a reality. Important stories about climate disaster, sex, history and frontier warriors. Steve Bunbadgee Hodder Watt, Nicole Hutton, Boe Spearim and Rowdie Walden then received a grant to continue development, and in this session they share how their idea is growing and changing and present their work. Moderated by Lorena Allam (Guardian Australia). You can find the transcript for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN2019 AUG 27
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Sound Up Showcase

Pitch Perfect

Four Audiocraft attendees pitch their projects live to a panel of experts from PodcastOne, ABC and Spotify and get on the spot feedback on their idea. Listening to this session, you’ll learn what it takes to deliver a clear pitch that cuts through the noise and gets noticed. You can find a transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

63 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Pitch Perfect

Latest Episodes

Hey Aunty! Live

On podcast Hey Aunty! host Shantel Wetherall shares fireside chats with black women and non-binary siblings who’ve been there. In this episode recorded live at Audiocraft Podcast Festival, Shantel asks guests Faith Chaza and Renee Williamson: How do you find your creative community? Find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

62 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Hey Aunty! Live

The Objects of Interviewing

An incredible interview takes any topic and turns it into gripping listening by finding the humanity at the heart of the story. It’s not always easy. In Everything is Alive, Ian Chillag flirts with fact and fiction, and manages to find the moment of connection in every interview. Even when his interviewees are inanimate objects like a can of cola, or a bath towel. You can find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

61 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
The Objects of Interviewing

What I Wish I Knew

If you could go back in time to before you hit publish on your very first episode, what piece of advice would you give yourself? Five podcasters give their past selves a good talking-to and share wisdom that you can apply to your own podcast right now. You can find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

46 MIN2019 OCT 9
Comments
What I Wish I Knew

Stories and Squiggly Lines

How will we tell audio stories in the future? Three leading artists and technological experimenters consider the innovations inspiring new forms of audio storytelling and production. Olivia Rosenman (Google’s Creative Lab / History Lab), Sam Haren (Sandpit) and Becky Sui Zhen (Art Processors / Sui Zhen) Hear an excited and critical assessment of what’s already possible, what’s coming soon, and what it all means for the craft of audio-making. You can find the transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

50 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Stories and Squiggly Lines

Writing for the Ear to See (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

We make stories for the ear, but there’s no escaping the highly visual nature of the work we produce. No other medium allows its audience to see as imaginatively, as privately, and as sensitively, as audio. But how do we go about accessing this visual capacity of audio?Sophie Townsendshares tips for using narration to allow our audience to see what they’re hearing. This episode is shared with us by our friends at Third Coast International Audio Festival. It was recorded at the 2018 Third Coast Conference. Listen to the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast for more, and find a transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

69 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
Writing for the Ear to See (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

All Stories Are Stories About Power (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

Two moments are colliding: An oppressive politics of hate and repression, and a boom in narrative storytelling. So how do we use one to confront the other? Chenjerai Kumanyika and Sandhya Dirks offer techniques to explode traditional narratives. This episode is shared with us by our friends at Third Coast International Audio Festival. It was recorded at the 2018 Third Coast Conference. Listen to the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast for more, and find a transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

92 MIN2019 SEP 18
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All Stories Are Stories About Power (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

Bodies of Sound

There’s a wall between our ideas, dreams and desires and the real world: our body. Meat is a podcast about our bodies and the lives we live because of them. Experience Jonathan Zenti’s masterful storytelling and hear about the creative process behind the project, full of audio experimentation and buoyed by international collaboration. You can find the transcript for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

56 MIN2019 SEP 11
Comments
Bodies of Sound

Arrogant Aunt

In the Arrogant Aunt episodes of the Sisteria podcast, guests answer questions ‘with authority they just don’t have’—an exercise in defeating imposter syndrome in all of us. In this Audiocraft edition, Sisteria’s Stephanie Van Schilt, along with Shantel Wetherall (Hey Aunty!) and Christina Choi (Spotify, NYC) take your questions about creativity, motivation and mastering that pod/life balance, by reflecting on their own podcast practice. You can find the transcript for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

46 MIN2019 SEP 4
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Arrogant Aunt

Sound Up Showcase

Spotify’s Sound Up Bootcamp worked with ten First Nations storytellers to develop their podcasts, taking the seed of an idea and shaping it into a reality. Important stories about climate disaster, sex, history and frontier warriors. Steve Bunbadgee Hodder Watt, Nicole Hutton, Boe Spearim and Rowdie Walden then received a grant to continue development, and in this session they share how their idea is growing and changing and present their work. Moderated by Lorena Allam (Guardian Australia). You can find the transcript for this episode here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN2019 AUG 27
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Sound Up Showcase

Pitch Perfect

Four Audiocraft attendees pitch their projects live to a panel of experts from PodcastOne, ABC and Spotify and get on the spot feedback on their idea. Listening to this session, you’ll learn what it takes to deliver a clear pitch that cuts through the noise and gets noticed. You can find a transcript here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

63 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Pitch Perfect
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