There’s nothing intrinsically wrong with a high quantity of audio plays, but with the explosive rate we’ve seen them pop up, plus the structure of many of the pages themselves, a great deal of thought hasn’t gone into them. A project, especially a continuous voice project, is really hard to keep moving. Don’t even get me started on ensuring it keeps up to date weekly.
This happened in the Homestuck fandom and was totally innocuous… except for the many voice actors who were misled and never got to do anything. Be wary of people who just want attention. I won’t deny that AOS uniquely is popular in a way that most others won’t; I don’t want this to be seen as “oh look Reuben doesn’t want competition.” Rather, I’m concerned about people getting their hopes up with projects that are clearly trying to copy our structure in the hopes of getting name recognition.