Ostium Mini Episode: Season One Outtakes

You don’t always get it right on the first take. And sometimes you don’t get it right on the second, third, or fourth. Sometimes you say completely the wrong line, or something else that just makes no sense . . . but it’s funny. And sometimes you start having conversations about what you’re saying, which is also funny.

Fortunately, things are digital now and we don’t have to worry about how many reels of tape we’re using. So lots more gets recorded. Most of it doesn’t end up in the final cut. A lot of it is funny.

Here are the choicest outtakes for Ostium Season One.

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If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you next week for a brand new mini episode!

 

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OSTIUM MINI EPISODE: THE MUSIC OF OSTIUM SEASON ONE

Here’s your complete soundtrack to Ostium Season One, featuring all the music played during the first season, plus a bunch of extra tracks, all written and performed by our talented composer, Chris Fletcher (who is also the voice of Jake).

And here’s the detailed tracklist for your records:

SIDE A:

1. Season One Theme Song
2. Ostium 1-1
3. Ostium 1-2
4. Ostium 1-3
5. Ostium 1-4
6. Ostium 1-5
7. Ostium 2-1
8. Ostium 2-2
9. Ostium 3-1
10. Ostium 3-2
11. Ostium 4-1
12. Ostium 4-2
13. Ostium 4 (Unused Track)
14. Season One Alternate Theme Song (Unused Track)
15. Population Zero 4 (Demo)
16. Population Zero 2 (Demo)
17. Popilation Zero 13 (Demo)
18. Outtake 1 (Demo)

SIDE B:

19. The Late Late Show Theme
20. Scary
21. D Thing
22. I’ve Gotta Close My Eyes
23. Another Chance to Fly
24. Sandy (The Sands of Time)
25. Irish Pop Song

Be sure to listen for info about Ostium at Podcon.

Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you next week for the Season One Outtakes!

 

Ostium Mini Episode Season 1 Musicology Part Two

The second of a two-part series on the musicology of Ostium Season 1, where Alex C. Telander sits down with Chris Fletcher – the voice of Jake and the composer behind the music – and talks about how the music for Ostium started, how he works, what some of his influences are, and much more.

Be sure to listen for info about Ostium at Podcon.

Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

Ostium Mini Episode: Season One Musicology Part 1

The first of a two-part series on the musicology of Ostium Season 1, where Alex C. Telander sits down with Chris Fletcher – the voice of Jake and the composer behind the music – and talks about how the music for Ostium started, how he works, what some of his influences are, and much more.

Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

 

Ostium Short Minis: Ten Questions with Sara & Ten Questions with Alex

In the third of the four-part “Ten questions” series, listeners get to hear from our resident artist, Sara Warren.

Music featured in this mini episode is by Komiku courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out: www.redbubble.com/people/ostiumpodcast/shop?asc=u

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

In the final of the four-part “Ten questions” series, listeners get to hear from yours truly, Alex C. Telander, writer and producer for Ostium.

Music featured in this mini episode is by Marcos H. Bolanos courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out: www.redbubble.com/people/ostiumpodcast/shop?asc=u

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

Vote for Ostium!

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For the first time, the Ostium Podcast is up for some Audioverse Awards. Show your love and appreciation, or let others know about this strange show about a very strange place. Click on the banner above or the logo below or follow this link. And here are the categories Ostium is nominated in.

Best Original Composition for an Ongoing Production
The Ostium Theme Song by Chris Fletcher for The Ostium Podcast

Best Original Composition for a Dramatic Production
The Ostium Theme Song by Chris Fletcher for The Ostium Podcast

Best Original Composition for a New Production
The Ostium Theme Song by Chris Fletcher for The Ostium Podcast

Best Audio Engineering for an Outgoing Production
Alex C. Telander for The Ostium Podcast

Best Audio Engineering for a dramatic Production
Alex C. Telander for The Ostium Podcast

Best Audio Engineering for a New Production
Alex C. Telander for The Ostium Podcast

Best Writing for an Ongoing Production
Alex C. Telander for The Ostium Podcast

Best Writing for a New Production
Alex C. Telander for The Ostium Podcast

Best Ongoing Production
The Ostium Podcast

Best Dramatic Production
The Ostium Podcast

Best New Production
The Ostium Podcast

Best Actress in a Supporting Role for a Dramatic Production
Georgia Mackenzie as Monica in The Ostium Podcast

Best Actress in a Supporting Role for a New Production
Georgia Mackenzie as Monica in The Ostium Podcast

Best Actor in a Leading Role for a Dramatic Production
Chris Fletcher as Jake Fisher in The Ostium Podcast

Best Actor in a Leading Role for a New Production
Chris Fletcher as Jake Fisher in The Ostium Podcast

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Ostium Short Minis: “Ten Questions with Chris” & “Ten Questions with Georgia”

In the first of the four-part “Ten questions” series, listeners get to hear from the voice of Jake Fisher and all around music guy, Chris Fletcher.

Music featured in this mini episode is courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

In the second of the four-part “Ten questions” series, listeners get to hear from the talented voice of Monica.

Music featured in this mini episode is by Komiku courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

Ostium now has a merchandise store, check it out.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.