Edict Zero – FIS – EP106 – “Jamais Vu”
EDICT ZERO – FIS – Season 1
Episode 6 – “Jamais Vu”
James Keller, Julie Hoverson, Phil Rossi, Tanja Milojevic, Russell Gold, Glen Hallstrom, Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard, Kim Poole, and Jack Kincaid
EXPANDED VOICE CREDITS
Toll Booth Attendant & others _______ Jack Kincaid
Computers ___________________________ Tanja Milojevic
Cleo Tilton _________________________ Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard
Peter Tilton ________________________ Jack Kincaid
Lt. John Farnell, W.I.S.P.___________ Glen Hallstrom
Miscellaneous West Island cops ______ Jack Kincaid
Special Agent Benjamin Zurn _________ Russell Gold
Ambassador __________________________ Jack Kincaid
Special Agent Marcus Briggs _________ Phil Rossi
Mysterious Messenger ________________ Jack Kincaid
Special Agent Kora Reznik ___________ Tanja Milojevic
Gavin (F.I.S. Tactical Unit #7) _____ Jack Kincaid
Conspiracist, at “The Perfect Cup”___ Russell Gold
Special Agent Nick Garrett __________ James Keller
Special Agent Jewels Kircher ________ Julie Hoverson
Special Agent Mills, N.I.F.I.S.______ Glen Hallstrom
F-I-S Security/Computer Voices ______ Tanja Milojevic
NIFIS Security Guy & “Turner Six” ___ Jack Kincaid
Roy Dougal & Edict 1 street assets __ Jack Kincaid
Detective Saxon, SBPD _______________ Jack Kincaid
Special Agent Melinda Parish ________ Kim Poole
Collective Slipgate Nine Studio Resources, ERH, The Free Sound Project, Nine Inch Nails (remixed multi-track effects and drone derivatives), freesfx.co.uk, selections from the Public Domain & Free Sound Internet Resources.
Nine Inch Nails, Street Sweeper, Kristin Hersh, ERH, Kevin MacLeod, How To Destroy Angels, Natalie Nicole Gilbert, Jack Kincaid, Lee Maddeford & Swiss Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Matthew G. Davidson, and countless selections from Public Domain Internet Resources (including MusOpen and the Internet Archive).
The “Edict Zero – FIS – Theme” tracks and all their derivative mixes–which are interwoven through each episode–are remixes of ’26 Ghosts III’, from the CC-licensed Ghosts I-IV by Nine Inch Nails. Also, many of the sound effects and special ambiences (i.e. scene headers) heard in Edict Zero – FIS are derived from samples from the hundreds of Nine Inch Nails multitracks made available at remix.nin.com.
“West Island Nights”, remix of “Discipline”, by Nine Inch Nails.
“Clap for the Killers”, by Street Sweeper, from the freely released sampler for the Ninja-2009 Tour by Nine Inch Nails and other bands.
“Slippershell”, by Kristin Hersh.
Trouble on the Great Keys Bridge, opening scene, atmospheric music & ambience by Kevin MacLeod and ERH.
Zurn in Bordertown, scene 2, atmospheric music & ambience (mostly) by Kevin MacLeod.
Interwoven throughout ep: “Ghosts of Edict Zero”, Special Remix of ’26 Ghosts III’ by Nine Inch Nails, and other music by Nine Inch Nails, as well as How To Destroy Angels, Natalie Nicole Gilbert, and Jack Kincaid.
Interwoven throughout ep: “26-A-64”, (Melissa), Piano music by Jack Kincaid with accompaniment of music and ambience by Kevin MacLeod and Nine Inch Nails.
Scenes in Promontory, scene 3 & 4, atmospheric music & ambience by Kevin MacLeod and ERH.
“Inonorata”, by Lee Maddeford & Swiss Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble.
A session with Turner Six, scene 6, atmospheric music & ambience by Kevin MacLeod and ERH..
The Ambassador Corrects, scene 7, atmospheric music & ambience by Kevin MacLeod and ERH.
On the road to West Island, scene 8, atmospheric music & ambience (mostly) by Kevin MacLeod.
“Head Down – Jamais Vu Mix”, (scene 9 intro), remix of music by Nine Inch Nails.
“Before It Exists in Fire”, by Matthew G. Davidson.
“Jamais Vu”, Scene 9, atmospheric music & ambience largely by Kevin MacLeod.
WRITER: Jack Kincaid
SERIES CREATOR/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Jack Kincaid.
PRODUCERS: James Keller. Jane Eastman.
ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS: C. Edward Reed. Julie Hoverson.
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Dear Jack Kincaid / Edict-Zero Team,
I just wanted to send you a “big thank you” for releasing this free audio production!
great sound effects / music themes,
brilliant voice actors [Phil Rossi is one of my all time favorites since “Crescent”, but I must admit I
love you all :-)].
In short: one of the best audio productions out there in the podiosphere and now my “personal favorite”!
Perhaps you should release it via http://www.podiobooks.com
too because this audio production deserves a large audience.
Keep up the good work and
January 28, 2011 at 4:45 pm
You’re very welcome. I’m honored by your assessment of the production, and I agree about the brilliance of the voice actors. They’re all very good and I don’t just say that from a place of bias in having chosen them. It’s great to know that the story is being enjoyed and everyone involved are appreciated.
As for podiobooks, they’ve been suggested to me by a few, but as a producer who utilizes so much CC-licensed music and operates with non-profit philosophies, I’m not comfortable with the ‘Donate’ feature (even if I waive donations, I believe there may still be the perception of receiving them). Now where my thoughts lie in the spectrum between conscientiousness and paranoia, it’s hard to say, but I prefer to be cautious, particularly when I use such high profile CC material.
Thanks so much for listening.
January 28, 2011 at 5:51 pm
Dear Jack Kincaid,
as a software developer I don`t know much about CC-licenses (just the basics), but I agree: better to be cautious than sorry!
Perhaps you could ask the staff of podiobooks.com to host “Edict Zero”, but that you’d prefer the donate-button to be deactivated (with a short explanation why that`s
I don`t know if that’s possible, but you could just give it a try.
As a big fan of open source software development, I like your non-profit attitude, but I don`t see the donation approach of podiobooks.com and other websites as a valid business model. In my opinion, the donations can cover some expenses for good audio equipment, some web space, etc., but they can`t compensate for all the effort, time and energy you and your team have put into a top-notch audio production like “Edict Zero”.
From a fan perspective, I see small donations as signs of appreciation and encouragement for interesting creative projects (like yours) too.
So, I’d say that donations are rather an additional kind of “feedback”, not a capitalist means to get rich (at least not via podcasts).
Anyway, I wish you and your team all the best and I`m eager to listen to the rest of the story!
And, of course, I’ll tell all my German friends to listen to “Edict Zero” 🙂
January 29, 2011 at 12:41 pm
Thanks, Peter. And the best compensation I can receive at this juncture of my life is having an audience. That’s the thing that matters the most to me and I feel fortunate to have found a path that is devoid of barrier gatekeepers who do not always know best. I move forward unhindered and am happier for it. Audience is everything.
Thanks! And if you stay along for the ride, you can expect to be listening for some time to come. I’ve already committed to a second season and a third is fairly likely.
This is Edict Zero’s childhood. 😉
January 30, 2011 at 5:22 am
I’m looking forward to an interesting ride!
January 30, 2011 at 10:25 am