(78b) Production Notes

It’s been quite a while since I began re-recording the early episodes. After the initial push I haven’t done many more. I’ve decided to stop with Chapter 9 – the episodes from then onward aren’t so bad they need a full redo. Up to the mid-teens they still aren’t that great, but I need to draw a line somewhere. I will, however, be going through and doing some re-editing on everything up to the Azkaban arc, which includes replacing my voice for every role that now has an actor. And because I don’t want this to last for months while I do an episode here or there, I’m planning on taking a week off from work in mid-February to dedicate 8-hours a day to podcast editing.

What this means is that if you’ve been wanting to do the voice of Anthony Goldstein, or Sybil Trelawney, or even just “Fifth-Year Slytherin Girl” – sometime in the next few weeks would be a great time to do that. :) It’ll let me mix it in with the least amount of fuss and you’ll get to hear yourself within a month or so. See the submissions page for lines and tips, and please be sure to contact me first to make sure no one else grabbed the part already.

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  1. Will you be releasing the re-edited episodes as they’re done? I ask because soon (well, in a few months) we might be reaching a point where the podcast has caught up with where HPMOR is currently (Ch. 87), which means we won’t have anything to look forward to on Wednesdays. Could the re-edited episodes be released after that point?

    • I do intend to release them soon after they’re done. I don’t think a re-edited episode would really be much to look forward to, even as filler. If the podcast does catch up with HPMOR I can think of a few things to do in the meantime while the story is being written. :)

      • I’d love to hear your version of Three Worlds Collide. That would definitely be something to look forward to on Wednesdays.

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