Designers of engaging audio for the web
We are a Denver audio and podcast production company
Drive Channel Creative is a Denver company focused on the art of spoken word audio production. If your brand is aiming to educate, excite or entertain, we can help you reach and engage listeners.
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Audio recording is a cost-effective way to keep an archive of events for those who could not attend, and creates excitement for your upcoming programs.
Recorded either in-person or via Skype, interview podcasts are an excellent — and quick — way to provide valuable information for your listeners.
Today’s most innovative brands create content to stay front of mind. We’ll help write, record, and produce your scripted podcast or audio programming.
If a tree falls in the forest...
and no one is there to record the sound, did it happened?
That may be extreme, but if you work for a company or organization that invites interesting and talented people to speak to your employees or customers, they say thought provoking things that should be remembered and shared. We specialize in capturing live events so they can be archived until the end of time (are we still making too much of this?).
Here are a few of our favorite magical moments. Aren’t you glad we were there?
Always be prepared! When author Willy Vlautin, who also fronts the band Richmond Fontaine, was on tour for his book The Free, we had no idea he planned on strapping on his Martin acoustic and singing a few tunes. Good thing we had an extra mic on hand to capture this performance.
Gary Vaynerchuk is an in-demand public speaker, but we met him in 2010 in a dank room deep inside New York City’s Jacob Javits Center. Instead of keynoting a conference in front of thousands of people, he was speaking to about 50. But we made this recording available to millions online.
If you’ve listened to David Sedaris’ audiobooks or heard him on This American Life, you know his storytelling style adds an extra element to words on a page. Back in 2008, we were lucky enough to meet David and record his reading at the Tattered Cover book store in Denver.
Denver’s Lighthouse Writers Workshop invited legendary poet Thomas Lux to speak in front of a large group of writers at the Lakewood Cultural Center in 2012. When he read his poem I Love You Sweatheart, we were there to capture the moment, and Lighthouse Executive Director Michael Henry’s laughter.
You may not be a midwestern Lutheran, but when you’re in a room with Garrison Keillor — and he starts to sing — you listen. After discussing some of his favorite childhood songs, Keillor launched into a rendition of the traditional cowboy tune Git Along Little Dogies. We were there to capture the moment.
Anne Waldman used to hang out with people like Allen Ginsberg and Bob Dylan, so when she let us hit record while she read her poetry at the Tattered Cover on Colfax Ave in Denver, we felt a tad unworthy. In this excerpt from that evening, Waldman brings singer/songwriter Alaina Ferris on stage to accompany her.