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  1. Mikari
    January 14, 2018 @ 1:17 pm

    You sound cool ^^ I’m kind of interested on You Tube audio fics, maybe something I’ll try out in the future.

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    • Adri
      January 15, 2018 @ 12:42 am

      Back in the late ’90s, I’ve dabbled with radio plays (mainly on scriptwriting and I even had to borrow someone’s audio editing software (the old Adobe Premiere) to do some audio mixing, but there was a learning curve then). There were several groups who were doing radio plays (kind of like how Japan has those drama CDs for each series). I was saving so much money (as much as I can anyway) to purchase my own audio software but was unsuccessful. I remember trying to launch my own radio play project based on Sakura Wars too lol.

      I’m curious about YouTube Audio fics. Are they kind of like radio plays too? It’d be nice to bring back the radio play scene again. ^^

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  2. Kassy
    January 14, 2018 @ 4:23 pm

    It sounds like a very interesting idea, especially with your background in doing work in radio. It’s amazing the tools that we have available now, things are just so much easier. The test worked great for me. :D

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    • Adri
      January 15, 2018 @ 12:44 am

      Thanks Kassy! I was mentioning to Mikari above that I also dabbled with the radio play scene back in the late ’90s – early 2000s. They’re more like fanfics to a particular series that were in “drama CD” format. But back in the days, audio tools were hard to come by and it was hard to fork the money. Open source communities weren’t as active as they were then. If Audacity existed back then, I would’ve had a lot of radio play projects under my belt already lol.

      But, it’d be nice to have the time in the world doing cool projects like these again. :D

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