Jun 11, 2009
Since the launch of Star Wars Fanworks in 2003, we have been featuring not just fan audio productions, but articles on how it's done. With tutorials, features, casting calls, and other methods, we have hoped to act as a patron of the fan audio art form, particularly among Star Wars fans.
From August 2005 through January 2007, Star Wars Fanworks offered fan audio listeners the F.A.M.E. podcast series, better known as Fan Audio Made Easy. In this series of short tutorials and hints, longtime fan audio community members like Rayzur's Edge Audio's Nathan P. Butler and Outcast Multimedia's Rich Sigfrit share the insights they've gleaned in their years of fan audio experience with the genre's newcomers, in the hope that the field will continue to grow in the years to come.
(FAME began as part of Michael Stackpole's TSFPN.com. It is no longer a member of that website, but show producer Nathan Butler has left the opening comment about TSFPN in each episode of FAME as a tip of the hat to Michael Stackpole, without whose early suggestions and support, the show would likely not have been created.)
Here we present Fan Audio Made
Easy: Lesson 24: Beneath the Helmet.
HOST: Nathan P. Butler
TUTORIAL: Michael Smith
(FAME series originally released by Rayzur's Edge Audio, 2005 - 2007)More information: http://www.starwarsfanworks.com/fame.html