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This is a podcast where I put up the various audio fiction narratives I'm producing. They may be short stories read like an audio book or more high production value projects.

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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 3

EANTHROPOLOGYis a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is disgusted and hunting her down. In the third episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, KDB has arrived war-planet-side. This was the first episode I put together fully in ProTools, so some stuff might sound wonkier than usual (I'm still learning!) Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one creditI have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciouslysupplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

3 MINMAR 2
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 3

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 2

EANTHROPOLOGYis a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the second episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, we see just how far the Locthwain Legion are willing to keep ANTHRO's consciousness under-wraps. Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

3 MINFEB 21
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 2

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 1

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the First episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, ANTHROPOLOGY flashes back to the moments before the fateful drop which incapacitated her Pilot. Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

3 MINFEB 7
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 1

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 4

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the fourth and final episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, ANTHROPOLOGY begins to realize just what having consciousness means by running CONSCIOUSNESS.exe Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

4 MINJAN 22
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 4

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 3

EANTHROPOLOGYis a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her is incapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the third episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, ANTHROPOLOGY learns that her friend Oxford is more than a semi-sentient hunk of metal and that Oxford can help ANTHROPOLOGY become more powerful through a well placed "crotch punch." Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

2 MINJAN 21
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 3

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 2

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her is incapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the second episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, ANTHROPOLOGY struggles with the futility of her being in "Required Pacifism Mode." A safeguard measure to keep semi-sentient mechs from executing violent orders without their Pilot. And we meet her new friend, VCU-10 "Oxford." Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

2 MIN2019 DEC 4
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 2

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 1

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her is incapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the first episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, we learn the terrifying stakes this semi-sentient machine was just thrust into. Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

2 MIN2019 DEC 4
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 1
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Latest Episodes

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 3

EANTHROPOLOGYis a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is disgusted and hunting her down. In the third episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, KDB has arrived war-planet-side. This was the first episode I put together fully in ProTools, so some stuff might sound wonkier than usual (I'm still learning!) Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one creditI have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciouslysupplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

3 MINMAR 2
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 3

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 2

EANTHROPOLOGYis a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the second episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, we see just how far the Locthwain Legion are willing to keep ANTHRO's consciousness under-wraps. Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

3 MINFEB 21
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 2

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 1

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the First episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, ANTHROPOLOGY flashes back to the moments before the fateful drop which incapacitated her Pilot. Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

3 MINFEB 7
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 2, Episode 1

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 4

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her isincapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the fourth and final episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, ANTHROPOLOGY begins to realize just what having consciousness means by running CONSCIOUSNESS.exe Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

4 MINJAN 22
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 4

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 3

EANTHROPOLOGYis a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her is incapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the third episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, ANTHROPOLOGY learns that her friend Oxford is more than a semi-sentient hunk of metal and that Oxford can help ANTHROPOLOGY become more powerful through a well placed "crotch punch." Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

2 MINJAN 21
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 3

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 2

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her is incapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the second episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, ANTHROPOLOGY struggles with the futility of her being in "Required Pacifism Mode." A safeguard measure to keep semi-sentient mechs from executing violent orders without their Pilot. And we meet her new friend, VCU-10 "Oxford." Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

2 MIN2019 DEC 4
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 2

ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 1

EANTHROPOLOGY is a mech without a Pilot. After a rough orbital descent on a nameless war planet, ANTHROPOLOGY found that the pilot which drives her is incapacitated and she is miles off from her designated landing zone. Her commander, ORBITAL SIXWAY is mad and making some pretty tough demands. In the first episode of ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, we learn the terrifying stakes this semi-sentient machine was just thrust into. Some of the sounds used in these episodes come from Freesound.org. I used so many that I couldn't keep track of everyone. If anyone recognizes their sound and wants credit, let me know on twitter @dylancaledavis. I will gladly add your credit, because without your sounds, this narrative would be impossible. I know there is one credit I have right now, though, and that is MATTIX, who graciously supplied some background ambience in the third section of Part 1.

2 MIN2019 DEC 4
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ANTHROPOLOGY Part 1, Episode 1
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