Posts Tagged ‘Syrinscape’

A new episode of my podcast, The Round Table, is up on The Tome Show’s website.

In this special double-sized issue, I sit down with Andrew KaneRudy Basso, and Alex Basso to discuss the D&D Starter Set character sheet preview and the latest FAQ and Origins updates on Codename: Morningstar – the D&D digital companion. Then I have a killer interview with Benjamin Loomes of Syrinscape as we discuss Syrinscape’s new partnership with Paizo’s Pathfinder RPG and the Rise of the Runelords adventure path. This podcast was recorded on June 21and 22, 2014.

Links:

Syrinscape Burnt Offerings SoundPack

The DiceStormers

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A new episode of my podcast The Round Table is up on The Tome Show’s website.

I sit down with Rudy Basso, Alex Basso, Joe Lastowski, and Topher Kohan to talk about the past, present, and future of digital tools in D&D. We mention a lot of great resources in this podcast, so check them out in the links below! This podcast was recorded on May 17, 2014.

Links to resources:

roll20.net

Obsidian Portal

iPlay4e

inCombat4e

Syrinscape

Fantasy Grounds

Google Drive

Displacer Cube

Links to personal stuff:

Topher Kohan Google+

Topher’s Obsidian Portal

Joe’s Obsidian Portal

What the Average Joe Thinks

dungeonsmaster.com

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In a new episode of Round Table, I talk with Benjamin Loomes about Syrinscape, an awesome sound design app that creates unique ambient sounds and music tracks for your table. We talk about this really cool, much needed FREE product for any game table, Benjamin’s gaming background, and his famous gaming group The DiceStormers. There’s also some really cool announcements about the future of Syrinscape in this podcast, including a great partnership with Pathfinder. It’s a great chat featuring a great product for immersing your players further into the game. No, I’m not being paid to say that.

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