3 Clips Season 2: How to start a war

3 Clips Season 2: How to start a war
Audience
3 Clips Season 2: How to start a war
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Episode January 27, 2022 00:40:34

Hosted By

Matt Medeiros Stuart Barefoot

Show Notes

Do you know how WWII started? How do you incorporate narrative elements into a nonfiction podcast? In what ways can you weave in various sound elements to heighten the podcasting experience for your listeners?

These questions (and more) are answered by Evo Terra (from the 3 Clips podcast) and Michael Trapani (from the How to Start a War podcast). Today’s Audience episode is actually the first episode from the second season of the 3 Clips podcast. In it, host Evo Terra talks with his guest, Michael Trapani about what it takes to put together an effective, powerful, and impactful narrative non-fiction podcast. 

If you have any questions about this episode or want to get some of the resources we mentioned, head over to Castos.com/podcast. And as always, if you’re enjoying the show please share it with someone who you think would enjoy it as well. It is your continued support that will help us continue to help others. Thank you so much! Never miss another show by subscribing at castos.com/subscribe.

Today you’ll learn about:

  • Why Michael chose podcasting over other forms of media
  • The importance of research and writing
  • Leveraging the audio for a podcast
  • Emphasizing speech cadence over attempting various accents for voice acting
  • How sound elements can heighten the listener experience
  • Narrative podcast styles with a nonfiction topic
  • How Michael’s opinions have changed from the beginning to end of the project

Resources/Links:

3 Clips Podcast: https://3clipspodcast.com/ 

How to Start a War Podcast: https://www.howtostartawar.com/ 

How to Start a War, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/howtostartawarpod/ 

Podcast Pontifications: https://podcastpontifications.com/ 

Evo Terra, Twitter: https://twitter.com/evoterra 

War of the Worlds radio broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs0K4ApWl4g

The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Radio Show: https://www.arthur-conan-doyle.com/index.php?title=The_New_Adventures_of_Sherlock_Holmes_(radio_1946-1947) 

Suspense Radio Drama: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/suspense-radio-drama/id1114362951 

Castos Academy: https://academy.castos.com/ 

Castos, private podcast: https://academy.castos.com/private/ 

Castos, website: Castos.com/

Castos, YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/castos  

Clubhouse video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8729ZpWpmIw 

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