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Gen Con 2018 Live Blog: Day Two

Gen Con 2018 Live Blog: Day Two

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Go Online With Syrinscape To Enhance Your D&D

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Syrinscape provide a series of cool soundboards to enhance your gaming sessions. At GenCon, they announced that they will be working on official soundboards for Dungeons & Dragons. You can also now access them online, letting you share the experience across the world.

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toricova
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very excited about these news!!!

normandyfan
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cool

darthsarak
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I enjoy Syrinscape for the background noises of taverns, towns, and dungeons. However as a DM I rarely use the specific sound cues of spells going off or weapon attacks since I’m so busy with everything else going on.

zorg
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EPIC D & D.

turak
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Good to see an Aussie going well.

normandyfan
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good news

gobbo
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I really like the App! If the place we played didn’t have a sound system playing Music all the time, I would totally use it all the time

gobbo
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Love this APP!

jemmy
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Will there be a recording device as well? ´twould be nice to mix the preset factory sounds with sounds of your own, f. i. a mystic voice from the void that can utter words specified by the scenario. Also, some people have spent years producing sounds with their lips, throats, hands and what not. Now they can record them and integrate them into their games at will and without bodily injuries and mix them with background music quite comfortably. You don´t have to use Cubase for this.

lawnor
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“Sounds” cool. See what I did there? I’m a funny man!

stokeman
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Really a great idea. One of the best parts of the new Mansions of Madness app is the subtle background ambiance, VO and sound. Adds a lot of immersion and helps set the tone.

rayven
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We love Syrinscape! We use it with every D&D game we have. It is worth it!

goban
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innovative ideas.

radegast6
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no sound…………….

ntrabbit
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Maaaaaaaaate! Nice work, love a good ambient soundtrack, but an ambient soundboard sounds even better

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