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    • Pre-production Cast Character name Actual name Location Teddy Zachary Millward Henley college studio I have chosen Zach to participate in this radio drama as I feel his voice is best suited to the script and storyline. My reasons for this are that Zach is also a college student like me and can work around my availability timetable. I recorded my radio drama in the Henley college studio as it is a quiet area and has soundproof walls which will make my recording sound clear to a high professional standard. Locations I recorded at the Henley college studio. The images are below and photographs I took during this process. My reasons for recording this in a studio and not outside is because I did not want to hear any unwanted background noise when the recording was being played back. This would mean I would have to edit a lot just to make the speech more clear. Location and prop sheet
    • Recording equipment - H2 zoom - Dynamic mic - Usb adapter - Case Contingency plans If anything goes wrong during my production I plan to make sure I know exactly what I’m doing on what day with a backup plan. Software storage will be backed up on a memory stick and due to weather conditions studio will be hired out in advance. Research and planning Week 1 I did all my planning, looked at several other radio dramas within the dame genre as mine. I noticed that the use of sound effect were realistic which is what I want to do with mine. Today I started my pre-production and character analysis After that I wrote my script which took several days to do In my radio drama I edited my recording on Cubase as well as Premiere. On Cubase I altered the mixer settings and added fades and transitions. I also added Reverberation so that it would be clear to the audience when the next character or sentence began