Syrinscape, bringing a soundtrack to your RPG sessions

By Polar_Bear
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Jun 7th, 2013
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Syrinscape is a soundtrack app that can help bring mood music to your gaming sessions, improving the overall ambiance of the events.

From the announcement:

Syrinscape will transform your next role-playing or tabletop gaming session. Syrinscape is a revolutionary sound design app created in Australia by tabletop role-playing aficionados.

The app was created to enhance the social gaming experience – conjuring every aural landscape imaginable, from ethereal forests or dank, vermin-filled dungeons to the spooky depths of the underworld.

Syrinscape adds evocative ambient background sounds and a movie-like music soundtrack to your gaming experience. You’ll never have to pick your way through your music catalogue mid-game again.

Unlike other soundboard-style apps, Syrinscape uses editable and adaptable libraries of sound files – SoundSets – to ‘improvise’ soundscapes, allowing users a great degree of control over what they are are hearing, while requiring almost no interaction while the app runs.

Benjamin Loomes, creator of Syrinscape, is delighted to bring his ground-breaking creation to PC and MAC, with support for Android Tablets and iPads; iPhones and Android phones to follow.

In addition to being a dedicated tabletop role-player himself, Benjamin is an accomplished composer and has created Syrinscape’s impressive range of sounds and melodies. “I have always loved creating the perfect music to suit my regular tabletop game nights. From Call of Cthulhu to Dungeons & Dragons, I created Syrinscape to be the ultimate sound solution for my gaming group, and I’m thrilled to be able to share it with the world.”

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  • This seems pretty cool, we did some of this with the Dead Red redemption soundtrack a while back, but this seems to be situation focused. Has anyone tried this out?

  • Is this needed? I don’t use these products, but this one has been out for a while and does a great job when I demoed it:
    RPG Sound Mixer
    http://www.rpgsoundmixer.com/