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David Ault talks about Sonic Society and the Mutual Audio Network!
Episode 592- And the Dying
Tonight we return with Anders Backman's new horror epic from Audio Legends, “The Dead & Dying” conclusion and a hilarious look at Old Rome with Bad Gladiator from The Humortals and Jim Hodgson, and the beginning of a brand new era of The Mutual Audio Network!
Episode 591- The Dead
Anders Backman from the Swedish-based audio drama company Audio Legends brings us a new audio zombie horror in "The Dead & Dying" that takes place in Stockholm. Part One begins tonight!
Episode 590- 1% Wonderful
It's an alien attack on the Sonic Society this week as the exciting new series from The Other 1% presents a double-feature. David and Jack think about NADSWRIM and Mutual's kick off on March 1st!
Episode 589- Turn on the Lamp
At last on the Sonic Society Andrew Wardlaw brings us the stunning Lamplight Radio Play series with the episodes "Are You Sure What Side You're On?", "The Mime" and "Abide by Me" as Jack and David prepare for a great trip to a new home in March!
Greenhorn Tales, JD Sutter. Spool Productions, Imposters, Jack Ward, David Ault, Mutual Audio Network, Geoff Best
Tonight David and Jack introduce two features "Imposters" by Geoff Best from Spool Productions and the pilot episode of Greenhorn Tales from J.D. Sutter.
The bold new venture Mutual Audio Network is announced!
A Must Listen. A classic and ongoing series.
This is one of the longest running podcasts that not only plays their own works but also that of others, both the new and well known. Excellent collection and often introduces new podcasts works that make you want to subscribe to others. Besides anything with David Alt (cohost), must be good. A must have!
A Podcast Staple
I can't believe that I'm writing a review now after listening to the Sonic Society for so many years, but this podcast is a staple that has accompanied me throughout my life since the podcast began. The only con I can think of is that the episodes slowly take up harddrive space because I've never been able to delete any one of them; they're just too valuable.
Just gets better and better
I listened from the beginning and it started out well enough, but the last couple of years in particular have been excellent!