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Farewell Neil Peart, Thanks for the soundtrack to many of my games over the years. This king of drummers not only propelled one of Canada’s greatest rock bands, Rush, but launched many of my games into another plane with tales about heroes slinging guitars against interplanetary despots, and warring trees. He passed away Tuesday, leaving me many memories and the desire to share one of my rock gods with the world! Check his drumming below, his onslaught begins at 40 seconds and ended last Tuesday! There is unrest in the forest There is trouble with the trees For the maples want more sunlight And the oaks ignore their pleas. Simple, yes, but what an awesome beginning, I saw then perform this when i was thirteen, got to see them a few more times and even got to work for them. What a, pardon my saying, RUSH!
Hi Everyone, I'm a new member. I created a tool to acclimate roleplaying games and board games, mainly thinking about The call of Cthulhu. I designed it for android and is available in the Android Market for 85 cents. I think It's worth, has over 140 sounds and music and can play multiple sounds simultaneously (now 3 but the next version let me play 5). I have used it several times, and the players think is a good tool. Being the first version of the application I'm happy with the result. It certainly can be improved there and I'm working on it, adding more and better sounds The application link this: Cthulhu`s Sounds Greetings.
I'm a sucker for atmosphere when I lead a game. I have this music program, Spotify, with all kinds of music on it. I've built playlists for all kinds of situations, and for different kidns of settings, but i've recently become interested in a Western setting, which is nnew to me. So my question goes, What music is best for roleplaying, andnin what setting? And do you have any good tips for Western rpg music?