DiscoverThe SeanGeek PodcastEpisode 288 – RPG Podcasting from the Manitoba Podcast Festival
Episode 288 – RPG Podcasting from the Manitoba Podcast Festival

Episode 288 – RPG Podcasting from the Manitoba Podcast Festival

Update: 2020-10-05
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The team of the SeanGeek Podcast hosted the D&D Podcasting Panel at the Manitoba Podcast Festival and it is here on our Podcast!


We hosted a panel on creating your very own Role Playing Podcast with the creative talents of Kevin Doc Wilson and Toni Stark of Creative Conundrums fame (with a little James Beaver thrown in). We talked about:


(0:32 ) Introductions(3:53 ) How to pick your players(11:57 ) Gaming experience during Covid(14:01 ) Using Discord App for Chatting in game and recording(16:32 ) How to edit a Gaming Podcast(21:44 ) How long should your Gaming Podcast be?(22:28 ) Foley work?(33:36 ) Should your Gaming Podcast be Video or Audio only(36:51 ) Should you mic your dice(37:44 ) What modifications should make in Post(38:27 ) Using different voices(39:56 ) Using character introductions(41:44 ) Rating your episodes, colorful language, violence and other things(45:16 ) Using the Dice results and describing their results(47:44 ) How to win over a Video Gamer to the Tabletop(53:42 ) What Gaming Podcasts should you listen to?


Creative Conundrumshttps://creativeconundrums.podbean.com/


Shift Questhttps://www.googlybeard.ca/podcast


Azeroth A Historyhttps://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-i8ja4-e21779


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Episode 288 – RPG Podcasting from the Manitoba Podcast Festival

Episode 288 – RPG Podcasting from the Manitoba Podcast Festival

Sean McGinity