Podcast writer and narrator Lexi Hubb chats with Bill Troxler; composer, performer, and sound designer for The Bivalve Trail to discuss the meticulous scholarship and creativity that went into engineering the sounds that accompanied the storytelling of Thomas Downing. Soundscapes were created to illustrate to the listener where Thomas Downing is and also the environmental sounds around him. Music was selected to reflect the time period and create dramatic effect. The idea for this interview derived from wanting to bring listeners into understanding the painstaking effort that went into designing the sounds that underscored the story of Thomas Downing.
THE BIVALVE TRAIL is produced by the Chincoteague Island Theatre Company and the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance. Project partner is the Museum of Chincoteague Island. Researched, written, and told by Lexi Hubb. Podcast artwork by Angela Heady. Recording and post-production by Longtayle Studios. Music by Bill Troxler.
For sources used and photos, go to chincoteagueca.org/bivalvetrail.html