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Set The Perfect Tone For Your Game With Syrinscape

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Set The Perfect Tone For Your Game With Syrinscape

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What could possibly make your game feel more epic than hearing the dangers that wait for you on the other side of the door? Or in the dungeon? How about the noises in the pub, or in the streets? Syrinscape has the perfect answer to this with their customizable app that puts you in control of a sound board to control music, sound effects and more!

What effects would you like to have on your track?

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astralwraith
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Nice idea – have to take a look at it

swbeil
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That would make your gamessage so much fun. I would totally use this for war gaming.

we4re6eek
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Has a lot of potental

lightsout1985
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We use sound a lot in our D&D games. We have different ‘questing’ playlists setup on Spotify that we use. It’s awesome starting off an epic battle and the skyrim theme music kicks in! The idea of a soundboard is something we’d definitely use and I would absolutely invest it. It would be great if you could download presets. For example, I’m going to be running the ‘Curse of Strahd’ in the future and it would be amazing if I could just download a ‘spooky’ set and be ready to go!

mordiano
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174xp

Sounds good 😉

Seriously though, it’s along the same line such as using lights etc. to increase gameplay.

emptynessisform
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2134xp

as long as it’s idiot proof i’m in.

somegeezer
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5787xp

A toolkit to mess with your players. Brilliant!

dane001
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2515xp

Thats pretty cool, i really do think that a good sound bar makes a difference to your games. Really fully emerses you

khiasharisse
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211xp

Great idea, must have a look

crazycabo
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443xp

That’s a great idea

hackareatech
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265xp

For the right price, this could be cool.

phoen31
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1020xp

this looks like fun!

caledor2
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2959xp

This is cool.

cbrenner
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1048xp

have to check this out.

guillotine
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5832xp

Going to give it a try. I hope there’s machine guns and hi-velocity anti-tank rounds too 😀

thebloke
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thebloke

It looks really great, I just need to find a way to use it with roll20 or tabletop simulator.

tmon
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Sounds good 😉 But how feasible if you are running a game in a common area?

laughingboy
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9143xp

All over this, was great getting to play at the show and crazy how just some sound enhances play.

badgobo
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664xp

really fun and easy to use

spaderfish
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746xp

Here we are on day two. I’m still taking a stab at trying to win so forgive this shameless post as I’m going after either the 4Ground stuff or the Bushido stuff. I play Bushido here in the states. I teach it to whoever will listen, and I just try and represent it as it is. The best miniature game I’ve played.

marktarver
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These guys and Lasersquad need to meet, I need pew pew noises in lasersquad.

cybermonkey
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775xp

Syrinscape was awesome and the rpg event they ran was epic. Really nice guys to boot. One of the gems of the show for me.

lawnor
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Thats a great little tool

starminer
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I love adding ambient sound and music to my roleplaying sessions but until now haven’t found a mixing board that I like for my tablet. This might just do the trick!

otakugirl
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This was cool!

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