Virtual 5-7-2018

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This 5-7-2018 episode of Inspirado Projecto, “Virtual”,  features a couple of very interesting folks:

Orly RodriguezOrly Rodriguez joins us via Skype from Florida, currently cobbling together a virtual reality experience based in the world  and characters of Twin Peaks, called “The Archivist.” Orly is additionally making another VR game called, “The Question” (one of the characters, “The Guide”, is voiced by yours truly), which is more cosmic-oriented and Twilight Zone-inspired. You can find the Official Facebook page HERE!

20476471_10213335407330560_4233205655509824379_nAnother gent Skyping in,  is Standup Comedian (and longtime improv-collaborator since High School), Jason McNeil, from the Chicagoland area. McNeil’s performances are not limited to stages within traditional venues. He plays on all size stages such as: living rooms, basements, meeting rooms, sidewalks, and other unexpected locations. “Hilaritygram”, his door-to-door comedy business, is perfect for any kind of celebration and can be ordered all over the Chi-town regions! He also voices a couple characters for “The Archivist”. One of those, is the narrator featured in the extraordinary trailer below!

These are some screenshots of familiar locations/characters from the extraordinary world of “The Archivist”.  Also included is a photo of when Jason and I appeared in our first play together in High School, “Golden Boy”. The pics of the bald character in front of the door/purple backgrounds, is “The Guide” from Orly’s other VR, “The Question”.

In this episode, we also featured several unique selections from Brian D’vil (one of our original co-hosts of Inspirado Projecto and Curiosa Obscura on KCHUNG 1630am), Worldland (another one of P.Q. Ribber‘s many side projects), Bukket (Joe McGaha‘s band), Funfacts by Henry D. Horse, and a selection from Man Behind The Machine!

If you’d like to watch this episode unfold in a video version of the broadcast, you can check out our archived Periscope version HERE!.

The audio version that played on KCHUNG 5-7-2018, can be HEARD HERE!

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11-20-2017 Episode: Astral

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It was a joy to play around in Inspiradoville, with guests Namon Sherriel and Craig Spivek on Inspirado Projecto, in the KCHUNG 1630AM Studios of Chinatown, Los Angeles! Some of you may remember hearing Author/Comedian/Improvisor Extraordinaire, Craig, from some past episodes (I dare you to search for his name in the Official Inspirado Projecto WordPress Searchbar)? This is the first time we’ve interviewed Musician of Enchantment, Namon, on the show. We played audio selections from an album he’s cobbling together of dreamlike/fantasy music. It was fun to give him our thoughts and ideas that blipped our antennae, while listening to the particular songscapes. He wrote down ideas into a notebook too. Keep your ears open for a startling story about astral projection and a near-death experience!

We also had an opportunity to play some new Fun Facts by Henry D. Horse, a new Celebrity Afterlife Report Podcast from everyone’s favourite Celebrity Medium, and an unexpected guest showed up later with some of his own music, named Bobbie Deerfield.

Some of you who’ve listened to the show know we’ve encountered ‘technical abnormalities’ on several instances in the past. Sometimes the sound is very quiet, sometimes it sounds like we’re blasting it, sometimes it jarbles in and out, sometimes the entire control panel melts and we have to Frankenstein it back together with aluminum foil and paper clips. Opening arms and improvising brains, we plod forth doing the best we can with what we’ve got and somehow make it work. Its all a sound experiment and a scientific study in the art of ‘artistic process unfolding and the human behaviour associated with it.’ Having said that, this episode sounds like we’re speaking through Dixie cups and strings at times, and other times, is crispy and clear.

We also missed not having the Captain of our ship here, Nicholas Phillips. This might be part of the reason why the broadcast has its unique peaks and valleys.

Check out the EPISODE RIGHT HERE!

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