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Audiocraft Podcast

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

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

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Audiocraft Podcast

Latest release on Oct 22, 2019

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Show Me the Money

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Honor Eastly, Miles Martignoni, Hannah Reich and Megan Tan answer all our nosy questions about how they pay the bills.

This survival guide to freelancing was recorded at the 2017 Audiocraft Conference.

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Aug 07 2017

43mins

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Rank #2: Talk the Talk

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There are a lot of conversational podcasts out there - but what makes a good one? In this session from Audiocraft's 2017 Conference, Tom Wright (ABC Radio Comedy), Lee Tran Lam (The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry), Kamna Muddagouni (Can U Not?) and Andrew Levins (The Mitchen, Hey Fam) talk about how, in a sea of talk shows, you can help your podcast rise to the top.

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Aug 14 2017

56mins

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Rank #3: Sound Up Showcase

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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.

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Aug 27 2019

57mins

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Rank #4: Bodies of Sound

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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. 


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Sep 10 2019

56mins

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Rank #5: Embrace Chaos

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You’re out in the field and your carefully laid plan is blown to bits. You’re all alone, sweating hard, with no story to show for it. How can you embrace the chaos and make the very best story possible? Avery Trufelman (99% Invisible) shares the story of a time it all went wrong and what she did next.


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Aug 13 2019

55mins

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Rank #6: Arrogant Aunt

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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.


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Sep 03 2019

46mins

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Rank #7: Pitch Perfect

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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.


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Aug 20 2019

1hr 3mins

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Rank #8: It's All in the Detail

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Camilla Hannan talks us through how she draws on extensive field recordings and then takes them into the mix.

Camilla is an Australian audio producer, sound artist and field recordist. Her art and radio works have been exhibited, performed and broadcast around the world.



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Aug 09 2017

37mins

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Rank #9: All Stories Are Stories About Power (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

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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.

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Sep 17 2019

1hr 32mins

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Rank #10: In a world

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In both fiction and non-fiction podcasts, the possibilities of world-building through sound are endless. How can you use sound to evoke a fleshed-out sonic universe that your characters can inhabit and change in? And how can you turn organic sounds and landscape into characters themselves? Four expert world-builders – Bec Fary, Chris Magilton, Joseph Michael and Becky Sui Zhen share how they think about sound and space.


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Aug 06 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #11: Under the Hood with Love and Luck

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If you’re sitting on a podcast idea and unsure about how to dip your toe in the water, go under the hood with the team who dive-bombed right into it. Erin Kyan and Lee Davis Thalbourne take us through the creative process and planning that goes into making Love and Luck, Australia's first queer audio drama. You can see their slides here: http://bit.ly/AudiocraftLNLSlides

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Aug 08 2018

54mins

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Rank #12: Bringing Together Narrative and News (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

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Lisa Tobin, executive producer of audio at The New York Times, discusses what the team learned (and then unlearned) in making The Daily.

This episode is shared with us by our friends at Third Coast International Audio Festival. It was recorded at the 2017 Third Coast Conference. Listen to the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast for more.

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Aug 07 2018

55mins

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Rank #13: Under the Hood with Planet Money

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NPR's Planet Money convinced us that economics could be not just interesting, but entertaining too. In this episode, host and producer Robert Smith shares the backstories and spills all his secrets about what goes into the making of this podcast.

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Aug 06 2018

52mins

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Rank #14: The Confessional: When is a Personal Story Worth Sharing? (Third Coast Pocket Conference)

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Alan Hall (Falling Tree Productions) and Sally Herships share how they overcome challenges in crafting highly personal narratives, from maintaining journalistic integrity to creating intimate work that's meant to resonate broadly.

This episode is shared with us by our friends at Third Coast International Audio Festival. It was recorded at the 2017 Third Coast Conference. Listen to the Third Coast Pocket Conference podcast for more.

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Aug 05 2018

47mins

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Rank #15: Small Acts of Reinvention

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While there's often talk about creating the Next Big Thing in podcasting, Eleanor McDowall (Falling Tree Productions & Radio Atlas) and Helen Zaltzman (The Allusionist from Radiotopia) are curious about small, quiet acts of invention. In this session, they discuss ways they play with form to create something that sounds fresh and surprises listeners, season after season.

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Aug 04 2018

53mins

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Rank #16: Befriending Your Data

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Acast's Katie Rogers helps you make sense of your podcast data and explains how you can turn your insights into a meaningful story that will help you better engage with your audience, reach new listeners and pitch to sponsors.

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Aug 03 2018

54mins

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Rank #17: Unpacking Bla(c)kness in Audio

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Where are the powerful voices speaking from a perspective of Bla(c)kness in the Australian podcast scene? This session brings together a panel of Aboriginal, African and Islander voices to critique podcast structures past and present, and explore how we might break through these to make space for underserved and underrepresented voices.

Namila Benson (ABC) moderates this discussion with Angelina Hurley (Wild Black Women), Areej Nur (Broadwave) and writer Nayuka Gorrie.

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Aug 02 2018

52mins

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Rank #18: Pod Law

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This session covers all those scary questions about the tricky legal stuff you bump up against when making a podcast — like defamation, music rights and IP.

Guided by legal eagles Suzanne Derry (Arts Law Australia), Brett Oaten (Brett Oaten Solicitors) and Eliza Sarlos (Hall Payne Lawyers).

Note: Arts Law Australia have made available a bunch of free contract templates specifically for Australian podcasters, which were launched to coincide with Audiocraft Podcast Festival 2018.

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Aug 01 2018

48mins

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Rank #19: Fine Tune

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Hear about the ways you can transform your audio story with music. Audiocraft's Jess O'Callaghan moderates this discussion between Jaye Kranz (Audiocraft/independent) and Jon Tjhia (Paper Radio), who are not only great audio producers, but fine musicians as well.

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Jul 31 2018

51mins

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Rank #20: Think Big with Audible

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Audible's master storytellers Jesse Baker (Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel) and Collin Campbell (Ponzi Supernova & Sincerely X) tell us how they make, break and bend the rules of podcasting to create longform stories that keep listeners coming back for more, episode after episode.

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Jul 30 2018

27mins

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