About

Bryan Lincoln is a physicist who discovered a love for audio production in 2009. Self taught since then, Bryan has produced numerous short stories with a full cast and has developed as a narrator and voice actor in his own right. Between various podcasts, collaborations, and contributions, Bryan has experience in single reader audiobooks, full cast audio stories, audio dramas, and podcast productions. As these various projects are scattered about the internet, this site aims to gather them all into one place for greater ease of discovery. Enjoy!

 

If you want to reach Bryan directly, try e-mailing to contact (at) fullcastpodcast (dot) com. If you do not hear back in a reasonable amount of time, try reaching out on twitter (@AudioLincoln).



3 Responses to About

  1. Hi Bryan,

    I just recently started listening to FullCast episodes. I decided, after several years of avid fan-ship to the Dunesteef Audio, Drabblecast, and other great podcasts, that I would like to try my hand at producing fullcast. Really, I just want to get involved with the podcasting community and this appears to be a real need, in general.

    I’m picking up a Mac Airbook, and a few microphones (probably two). I’ve never mixed audio before so I’m not 100% sure what goes into the process. Thankfully, l can listen to your episodes to help out.

    I’ll let you know how the process goes. If I have questions along the way, mind if I send out a line?

    • Sure. I’m happy to help answer any questions you might have. For now, the best place would be the fullcast podcast mail:
      contact (at) fullcastpodcast (dot) com

  2. Hi Bryan,

    I just recently started listening to FullCast episodes. I decided, after several years of avid fan-ship to the Dunesteef Audio, Drabblecast, and other great podcasts, that I would like to try my hand at producing fullcast. Really, I just want to get involved with the podcasting community and this appears to be a real need, in general.

    I’m picking up a Mac Airbook, and a few microphones (probably two). I’ve never mixed audio before so I’m not 100% sure what goes into the process. Thankfully, l can listen to your episodes to help out.

    I’ll let you know how the process goes. If I have questions along the way, mind if I send out a line?