Best Immersive podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Each month David Ault (www.davidault.co.uk) takes you outside to see what's up in the night sky. Ideal for beginners!
 
TAIT is a podcast series about immersive theatre and performance. I travel around the UK meeting immersive theatre makers, producers and performers in their natural habitats to chat with them about all things immersive. Over the course of the podcast series I hope to give listeners an insight into the thoughts, process and practices of the people driving the phenomenon of immersion in theatre and performance. The series will be published monthly.
 
Join our host Oliver Kadel, in conversation with industry thought leaders, practitioners, artists, academics and entrepreneurs discussing all aspects of this rapidly evolving industry from art, science and business to practical insights and project case studies. We aim to inform, educate, explore and unite the community. Immersive Audio Podcast is produced by 1.618 Digital Ltd.
 
From the Founders of nTrust (The $haring Network) Colby Tucker n Dallas Basha present - NothiNew. An immersive exchange breaking down the realities you can look forward to when striving for greatness and learning how to stay impactful in the pursuits we’re all passionate about. Its only from us building with each other that our endeavors will truly stand the test of time! Stay Tuned to find out more…. n NON STOP EVERY WEEK 4 LIFE, NO JOKE! WANNA BET ;)
 
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Join the Immersive Tribe and get to know how Technology is changing business. Andy and Lianne discuss all things Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality. Join the Immersive Tribe. What's your business, what's your problem? We'll solve it with immersive Tech.
 
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Join The Immersive Tribe 'Round Table' discussion with Andy Nye and Lianne Collinson. This months episode technology special focuses on the Sept 2018 Apple Event. We welcome Drew and Kieran to the table.
 
Are you Exhibiting at a Trade Show, or maybe you're just attending one, either way, Virtual Reality will be making an impact. Join the discussion with Andy and Lianne where they'll be talking about the future of Trade Shows, what to expact and how much it will cost
 
For this episode of the Immersive Audio Podcast, Oliver Kadel is joined in the studio by Christophe Mallet, the Commercial Director for the London-based company Somewhere Else. The company specialises in immersive tech, most notably working with virtual reality to help companies improve their relationships both with audiences through advertisin ...…
 
Join Andy Nye and Lianne Collinson discussing between Augmented and Virtual Reality within business. If you have a problem then tell us and we'll solve it on air using Immersive Technology.
 
In this episode, Dr Hyunkook Lee talks to 1.618 Digital about a variety of topics under 3D Sound and Ambisonics: Psychoacoustics, microphone and recording techniques, and theories such as Phantom Image and Elevation Perception. He also shares with us his personal researching tips for audio engineering students, the importance of realising the v ...…
 
In today’s episode, Oliver was joined in our London Fields studio by Steve Snooks, sound designer and artist. Snooks runs an indie record label and dj sound system music and works at SubPac where he is involved with Partnership Development and Sales in Europe.Snooks tells us all about haptics and the technology behind SubPac. He speaks about it ...…
 
In this special episode of the Immersive Audio Podcast, we explore the phenomenon of ASMR and talk to a variety of guests to understand how it works, the effect it has on an individual, the subculture surrounding it and the future of it as an art form.This episode features the input of two of the top researchers in the study of ASMR: Dr Craig R ...…
 
Today we have two special guests in studio, Jane Gauntlett & Tessa Ratuszynska. Jane is a writer for film and theatre. She experiments with new technologies, focusing on designing high-impact experiences with a strong narrative. In 2011 Jane founded the In My Shoes Project, an ever-expanding library of interactive experiences which use story, t ...…
 
In today’s episode, we’re joined by James E. Marks, an experimental new media provocateur. He is a creator of award-winning social video edutainment and maker of immersive mixed and virtual reality experiences. With over 20 years of hands-on collaborations with alternative, pop culture branded and unbranded entertainment, James is Co-Founder & ...…
 
In this 2 year anniversary episode I chat to Owen Kingston director of parabolic Theatre at the CoLab Factory.
 
Today Oliver is joined in the studio by Professor Damian Murphy. Damian is a Professor of Sound and Music Computing at the Department of Electronic Engineering, University of York, where he has been a member of academic staff since 2000, and is the University Research Champion for Creativity. He started his career in the Performing Arts Departm ...…
 
In today’s episode Oliver was joined via Skype by Aaron McLeran, Lead Audio Programmer at Epic Games. Aaron’s first taste of audio programming was writing computer music in CSound while in graduate school at University of Notre Dame (when he was supposed to be doing astrophysics research). Realising his true calling, he left physics to study pr ...…
 
In Episode 23, I chat to Birmingham-based immersive theatre maker Katie Day, Artistic Director of The Other Way Works.
 
In today’s episode we are joined in studio by Catherine Robinson, Audio Supervisor at BBC Wales. Catherine has worked in radio sound for the BBC since 2001. Her specialism is sound design for radio drama, binaural audio and 3D sound for 360 video and VR. Catherine created the sound design and binaural mix for Ring, a horror radio drama for Radi ...…
 
Today we are joined in the studio by Samuel Huber, the founder of Admix.in, the first adtech platform for mixed reality, giving VR, AR and MR developers the best tools to monetize their content. He frequently speaks at VR, AR and adtech conferences and is obsessed with the convergence of frontier technology, adtech, and consumer behaviour. Sam ...…
 
In today’s episode we are joined by Sally-anne Kellaway via Skype. Sally is the Senior Audio Designer on the Microsoft Mixed Reality - Audio and AI team, and an industry leading VR Audio Evangelist.She has extensive experience in sound recording, editing, implementation and testing for interactive media in standard and VR/AR and has an interest ...…
 
In Episode 22 I chat with Artistic Director of Bacchanalia, Zoe Flint about her work as a director on Hidden Figures WW2.
 
Michael Kelly is Senior Director, Research and Development at DTS and is responsible for spatial audio SDKs used in games, AR, VR and other media. Kelly is also co-chair of the AES Technical Committee on Audio for games and chairs the AES Audio for Games conferences. He has over 15 year’s experience in the games industry working on both the cre ...…
 
Justin Paterson joined us in the studio for today’s highly informative episode. After leaving silicon chip design, Justin worked as a session drummer for a number of years in the 90’s playing on releases, TV and radio before moving to synthesis, production and composition. His research on many aspects of music production and audio technology ha ...…
 
In this episode, we are joined in studio by one of the leading 3D sound specialists, Henrik Oppermann. Henrik is the founder of Schallgeber and former Head of Sound at Visualise and has worked on over 40 virtual reality projects, capturing binaural audio in a number of challenging environments. He has over 10 years’ experience of recording audi ...…
 
In episode 21 I chat to immersive theatre maker and performer Zack Polanski.
 
In Episode 20 I chat with Jorge Ramos Lopez from ZU-UK.
 
Now when you start off your podcast series (NOTHINEW) with your boy calling the first episode "Chipotle Napkins" you know we’re gonna have to follow it up right ? N this episode is entitled Happy Gillmore. Now what do we mean when we say Happy Gillmore ? Well it all comes down to our objectives and 1 is all about doing things your way. You reme ...…
 
In Episode 19 I chat to Jon Cooper & Andrew Somerville from DifferencEngine.
 
Our first episode had to be unique n impactful JUST LIKE US so we had to GO IN!!! That being said, going in still means bringing it, n oh boy we did. We literally brought thousands of Chipotle Napkins to our first show (no seriously check it out on our YouTube channel and the site it’s absurd). We did this to symbolize what these finessed napki ...…
 
In Episode 18 I chat with Ethan Mechare about his interactive show Coming Clean: Life As A Naked House Cleaner at the Brighton Fringe Festival 2017.
 
In episode 17 I chat to writer and director Faye Hughes at Exeter Street Hall in Brighton.
 
In episode 16 I chat with Emily Carding from Brite theatre about her award winning interactive practice at Eten + Drinken in Brighton. This episode was recorded during the Brighton Fringe Festival 2017.
 
In this episode I chat with Werewolf Live Master Jon Gracey. This episode was recorded at the Brighton Fringe Festival 2017.
 
Episode 14 is a series of episode recorded during the Brighton Fringe Festival 2017. To kick off the BFF content I chat with Dave, Katie & Becky from Interactive Theatre International (ITI)about their very particular style of dinner theatre.
 
In this episode I chat with the Brighton Fringe Festival head honcho Julian Caddy.
 
In episode 12 I chat to Specifiq about their immersive theatre work at the Vaults in London.
 
In this first ever TAIT Extrasode Vertical Exchange Performance Collective have a frank and open discussion about developing and preparing for their latest immersive performance: All Cried Out that will premier at COLAB Factory in London at the end of March.BOOK NOW: https://www.vexperformance.co.uk/aco…
 
In this episode I chat with the entire crew from The Lab Collective at Rose Bruford about their immersive performance work.
 
In Episode 10 of TAIT, I chat to theatre director Gemma Kerr about her work with Omnibus and Highhearted Theatre.
 
In Episode 9 of TAIT I chat with Ruth Cross from Cross Collaborations about her immersive performance work.
 
Episode 8 Silvia Mercuriali by Dr Joanna Bucknall
 
In Episode 7 I chat with Anthony from NYC's Deaths Head Theatricals
 
In episode 6 of TAIT I chat with Seth Kriebel about his performance work.
 
Episode 5 of TAIT. In this episode the artistic directors of the immersive performance group Vertical Exchange Performance Collective Joanna Bucknall and Nigel Tuttle chat about their work.You can find out more about VEX and their immersive work at http://verticalexchange.wix.com/wishboxBe a cultural instigator! Help Vertical Exchange grow an i ...…
 
In episode 4 of TAIT I chat to Joel Scott the artistic director of Goat & Monkey.
 
In this episode I chat with Bertie Watkins the Artistic Director of Colab Theatre at a secret location in London.
 
Episode 2 of TAIT. In this episode I chat with James & Alice from Les Enfants Terribles about their work as performers on the immersive show Alice's Adventures Underground.
 
This is episode one of the series, Les Enfants Terrible: Part One, I talk to the Artistic Director Oliver Lansley and Creative Producer James Seager about their development of the Olivier nominated show Alice Underground.Please share your questions, comments and feedback with me.
 
December 2014's Night Sky podcast - presented by David Ault and Scott Marley Scott Marley returns from Namibia to talk about meteors, asteroids and neutron stars, as well as to answer a listener question about how comets work. All this and what's up in the December Night Sky.By podcast@davidault.co.uk (David Ault).
 
November 2014's Night Sky podcast - presented by David Ault and Scott Marley In this month's podcast, Scott dials in from Namibia to take us around the Southern Night Sky while David rounds up the planets, comets and astronomy news for November.By podcast@davidault.co.uk (David Ault).
 
October 2014's Night Sky podcast - presented by David Ault and Scott Marley Scott and David discuss the latest in space hardware, including the world's largest welder! All this, and news from Pluto, Mars and the asteroid belt, with a quick look at the autumnal night sky.By podcast@davidault.co.uk (David Ault).
 
September 2014's Night Sky podcast - presented by David Ault and Scott Marley Scott Marley returns to the podcast to discuss the New Horizons, Neptune, asteroids and supermassive black holes. What more could you ask for?By podcast@davidault.co.uk (David Ault).
 
May 2014's Night Sky podcast - presented by David Ault In this edition: David sums up the planets in the May night sky and explores a couple of meteor showers - one of which isn't even named yet!By podcast@davidault.co.uk (David Ault).
 
April 2014's Night Sky podcast - presented by David Ault and Chip Colquhoun In this edition, noted storyteller Chip Colquhoun returns to talk about the Sun, the Moon, Aborigines and Cycles, as well as illuminating us all about why the Easter bunny delivers eggs! All this and the April night sky - and no fooling!…
 
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