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3 Clips Podcast by Castos 3 Clips Podcast by Castos

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 30 Ratings

Behind the World's greatest shows

    Re-Air: Camp Monsters: Audio as a Visual Medium (ft. Weston Davis)

    Re-Air: Camp Monsters: Audio as a Visual Medium (ft. Weston Davis)

    A little jog down memory lane. Wes Davis joined the show in November of 2021 to talk about his show, Camp Monsters. It was hosted by Jay Acunzo and was produced and edited by Stuart Barefoot. Camp Monsters recently launched a new season, so be sure to check that out after taking a peak behind the scenes as Jay and Wes break down the creative process. 3 Clips is a Castos Original Series. Learn more about everything Castos has to offer castos.com

    • 47 min
    Introducing The Limelight by Castos

    Introducing The Limelight by Castos

    Introducing the Limelight by Castos. The Limelight is a short form audio and video series that talks to Castos customers and other podcasters, about the things that make…

    • 2 min
    Audience Season 2 Trailer

    Audience Season 2 Trailer

    Audience is a Castos original series that goes behind the scenes of all kinds of different podcasts to explore great audio. Season 2 is available anywhere you get…

    • 2 min
    Audience Re-Air: Creating Complex Characters

    Audience Re-Air: Creating Complex Characters

    Castos has another show called Audience. For full episode you can visit audiencepodcast.fm For now, check out this episode Introduction: On this episode of the Audience podcast, Stuart…

    • 46 min
    Audience Re-Air: Realism in Audio Fiction

    Audience Re-Air: Realism in Audio Fiction

    Hey! This feed isn’t dead. Yes we’re still taking a little break but we’re working hard on another Castos Original. Also we’re working on a story about the…

    • 27 min
    Audience Re-Air (When Passion Meets Profession)

    Audience Re-Air (When Passion Meets Profession)

    Currently we’re between seasons at 3 Clips. In the meantime let’s listen in on an old episode of Audience.



    Newt Schottlekote created their first audio drama in 2017 when they were only 15 years old. That led to the creation of Caldera Studios, a production company where Newt produces their work including their latest series, Where the Stars Fell.



    In this episode, Newt and Stuart  discuss the creative process of making a fiction podcast, the need for budgets in audio drama, and strategies for crowdfunding.



    Links



    Castos and Stripe Integration



    castos.com/integrations/stripe/



    Audience



    audiencepodcast.fm/



    Newt’s website:



    newtschottelkotte.com 



    Newt’s piece on Medium



    medium.com/@newtschott/business-or-pleasure-fiction-podcasters-are-learning-the-hard-truth-about-having-it-all-78d4a6ee8bcf



    Caldera Studio’s Bandcamp



    newtonschottelkotte.bandcamp.com/track/cemetery



    Inkwyrm Podcast



    Inkwyrmpodcastt.tumblr.com



    Where The Stars Fell Podcast



    wherethestarsfell.com



    Connect with Newt on Twitter



    @newtschott



    Fable and Folly



    fableandfolly.com/

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

*TheLastUnicorn* ,

Fun, insightful series

This is a really interesting, fun, and well-curated series. They do deep dives on the making of all kinds of podcasts, and they ask the less than obvious questions. Check it out.

producingpodcasts ,

My favorite podcast

I am a podcast producer for an education company, and this is my go-to show for all things podcast. Jay is a great host, and the production value is very high. Does Cherie really produce this all this by herself! Wow. She’s a marvel, and I loved the episode that featured her. Kudos to Cherie and Jay and Castos for the autonomy they seem to grant the show. It doesn’t sound like a long commercial and that’s to their credit.

J. Barshop ,

Authentic, Empowering and Amazingly Practical

It’s obvious Jay puts extraordinary effort into every single 3 Clips episode. But what resonates with me most is that he finds guests that are authentic and truly care about being a positive force in this world. The insights they collectively bring to bear are honestly mind-blowing Every. Single. Time.

No matter the episode, you’re guaranteed to walk away with a handful of golden nuggets - can’t recommend this show enough 🙌

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