Writing for the Ear to See (Third Coast Pocket Conference)
We make stories for the ear, but there’s no escaping the highly visual nature of the work we produce.
No other medium allows its audience to see as imaginatively, as privately, and as sensitively, as audio. But how do we go about accessing this visual capacity of audio? Sophie Townsend shares tips for using narration to allow our audience to see what they’re hearing.
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.For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy