Finding the Voice of a Podcast According to Sonidorama
Updated: Oct 26
One of the most exhilarating challenges we have encountered while collaborating with our diverse partners—yes, we deliberately use the word "exciting" alongside "challenge"—has been determining the voice and tone of the podcast projects we have worked on together.
So, what does finding a voice for your podcast mean to Sonidorama? It encompasses the manner in which we present content and information to our audience. It goes beyond merely conveying the results of an investigation or an engaging conversation with a knowledgeable guest. It involves not only the substance of the content but also its form and structure. We could say it is related to style, but it extends beyond a purely aesthetic approach to podcast design. It involves creating an atmosphere that not only captivates listeners but also reflects the personality and values of the institution behind it.
So, what does "the voice" mean to Sonidorama? It encompasses the manner in which we present content and information to our audience. It goes beyond merely conveying the results of an investigation or an engaging conversation with a knowledgeable guest.
Cultivating Tailored Solutions: Navigating the Complexities of Client Collaboration
There is no one-size-fits-all solution; it is an iterative process and a collaborative journey with our clients. It requires meetings, gathering references, and, above all, active listening. Understanding the concerns, goals, and aspirations of the experts who seek our assistance is essential in shaping the content. Perhaps a fundamental question to ask is: What is the appropriate approach when presenting to a non-expert audience? And what if the target audience is composed of experts? Is the aim to raise awareness or to inspire action and engagement? What if it encompasses all of the above?
Perhaps a fundamental question to ask is: What is the appropriate approach when presenting to a non-expert audience?
Fueling Passion through Podcasts: A Glimpse into Our Diverse Creations
While we acknowledge that there is much more to learn, we wanted to share a few reasons why we are passionate about our work and proud of the podcasts we have co-created. We've already approached a wide range of topics, including dialogue for screenwriting, the politics of island territories in the USA, health, psychology, arts and culture, and, of course, music.
Feel free to check out our website to explore the diverse array of subjects we delve into.