March 08, 2009

Recording radio plays

Peter Blegvad mailed me this on getting radio plays recorded/on air and asked me to blog it for anyone who's interested*:

You should e-mail Ian O'Donoghue, technician at Capital. Make a date for
next term to get a crash course in use of the Adobe recording software
they have on laptops there, he'll enable you to record your play properly.
His e-mail is  <>

Contact Katy Ogelthorpe re getting your play broadcast on RAW Warwick radio:

info on the RAW site:

...I think I'm definitely going to do this. Radio plays are awesome.

*Many people are probably interested. I think PB has severely overestimated the number of them likely to read my blog

- 2 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. I can’t think of anything particularly constructive to say, but I just really, really like it.

    13 Jan 2010, 13:02

  2. I know. This short piece is probably my best work. If only I hadn’t plagiarised most of it from Peter, then I could add it to my portfolio…

    13 Jan 2010, 13:22

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