We had a great first night of live-tweeting #ds106radio on Monday, with 13 listeners at one point.
#ds106radio is the #citizensband internet radio space – love seeing folks use it still #ds106 pic.twitter.com/Nso9bgLARj
— Grant Potter (@grantpotter) September 20, 2016
What we saw, so to speak, over and over again, was the power of sound to make the story. Not just the words, although the writing is very effective, or the voice acting, which was also exceptional, but the use of sound effects to create a sense of place and of space, and to define the action.
Nice use of sound effects to show the voice message sounding like an answer machine instead of a voice mail on a cell phone.
— Kim Sealock (@Kim_Sealock) September 20, 2016
That rapid breathing gives a sense of importance and urgency #ds106
— Daniel Valdez (@dvaldez_95) September 20, 2016
The sound of 911 calls automatically gets my heart racing. #ds106
— Anna Rinko (@rinko_anna) September 20, 2016
The background music also worked brilliantly, both to indicate transitions and to enhance the mood.
#ds106 The music helps transition each point of the story.
— Alyssa Macaranas (@alyssataco1) September 20, 2016
The piano notes really create the atmosphere, impacts the mood of the story. #ds106 #ds106radio
— Mark Madison (@kipdoe) September 20, 2016
The ominously sounding music brahaha #ds106
— jacob mcdonald (@El1teb1z) September 20, 2016
And Katie brought the memes:
— Katie Melhuish (@katie_melhuish) September 20, 2016
All the little details are important too. At one point Winona Crazypants mentions three films she saw in the Limetown theater. It was just a passing thing, but the titles weren’t chosen at random, I’m sure.
those movie titles are significant, I believe #ds106
— paul bond (@phb256) September 20, 2016
I’m sure the next three days will be just as good. I’m looking forward to it.