These are some podcasts that, in addition to engineering, editing, and mixing, I also had partial creative control in the production. With the Black Lodge, I was a co-host. On Spacemerica and A Beginner’s Guide (both of which are scripted audio dramas) I wrote or co-wrote several episodes, and voiced a ton of characters.
And so it ends! In this, our final episode of The Black Lodge Complaint Department, hosts Daniel Williams and Adam Baugher reminisce about the past year of podcasting, the good and bad of Twin Peaks, and the, uh, “success” of BLCD. Sit back, relax, and join in as these two opposing forces take on (for the last time please please please) what some might call a cultural phenomenon, and other more reasonable people might call “stupid.”
Our main theme, “Downstream” was composed by CNTRL_ALT_DSTRY. The song “Ghostwood” was composed by Gridscape. Both appear courtesy of Retro Promenade, online at retropromenade.bandcamp.com. Additional interstitial music was provided by Ian McGowan. Extra-special thanks go out to Who Ha for the use of “Hot Girls” in the cold open. Check it out at retropromenade.bandcamp.com!
The Black Lodge Complaint Department is brought to you by CalamityCast; produced by Daniel Williams; and co-created by Adam Baugher and Daniel Williams.
Our story begins! Chutney, Cookie, Evelyn, Paz, and Wings have set before them the greatest decision of their lives – do they leave Spacemerica in search of adventure? (spoilers: Yes, they do. There wouldn’t be much of a show if they didn’t.) Follow along as a group of friends strikes out from the safe confines of their sheltered life in search of excitement, treasure, and a greater purpose! (more spoilers: It doesn’t go well. Does it ever?)
Spacemerica episode one, Welcome to Erf, was written by Daniel Williams;
and voiced by S. Michael Clericus, Dave Goddard, Alison Headley, Lisa Kanizay, Ian McGowan, William Mead, Stephanie Myles, Kat Johnson, Jen Weinman, Daniel Williams, and Liz Zerkel.
The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan; with additional music provided by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams. This episode features the song, “To Boldly Stay” by 3 of 5, online at 3of5.bandcamp.com.
Spacemerica is brought to you by CalamityCast, online at calamitycast.com; produced by Daniel Williams, and co-created by Dave Goddard, Ian McGowan, Daniel Williams, and Liz Zerkel.
The Harbingers of Calamity reunite to celebrate the life of a friend. Until some. Thing. Happens. This episode is dedicated to Gary Gygax.
This episode was written by Adam Baugher, Ian McGowan, William Mead, Todd Roth, and Daniel Williams.
The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by the Interplanetary Destruction Players featuring Nicole Kovaluk, Ian McGowan, Matt Pace, David Ruvolo, Brien Seyle, and Daniel Williams.
Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan. The song “Pair of Eyes” appears courtesy of the band Humdrum, online at humdrumband.com. “Emlékmás” appears courtesy of Obsidian Shell, online at obsidianshell.com.
Below are shows that I’ve worked on as a co-producer or technical producer/engineer. Love & Lust and Jane the Ripper are both scripted audio dramas (well, a rom-com and thriller, respectively) and Something Extra is an interview-style leadership show.
In this first installment of Love & Lust, we get to witness Jack and Maggie meet for the first time. Will it be love (or lust?) at first sight? Only time will tell!
Love & Lust Episode one, Failures was written by Stephanie Kazowz,
And voiced by Marie Babic, Bonnie Granda, Stephanie Kazowz, Ian McGowan, Alexa Moore, Ian Tucker, Jon Venegoni, and Liz Zerkel.
The main theme was composed and sang by Farty Marty and additional music was provided by Ian McGowan.
Love & Lust is brought to you by CalamityCast, online at calamitycast.com, produced by Daniel Williams and Liz Zerkel, and co-created by Duchess, Stephanie Kazowz and Liz Zerkel.
An introduction to Detective Liam Morris of the Bristol Police Department, as he works a string of robberies. Later, a woman’s body is discovered bearing wounds similar to those made by an infamous serial killer.
Jane The Ripper: Episode One, Liam, was written by Brittany Burke & Ian McGowan; and voiced by Adam Baugher, Brittany Burke, S. Michael Clericus, Becky Coleman, Caty Higgins, Ian McGowan, Alexa Moore, Emily Rodenbeck, Daniel Williams, and Liz Zerkel. All music by Ian McGowan, with additional music provided by Nikki Kovaluk.
Jane The Ripper is brought to you by CalamityCast; produced by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams; and co-created by Brittany Burke and Ian McGowan.
And now, Jane The Ripper: Episode One, Liam.