Behind the Keeper’s Screen

Here are the posts made that explain behind-the-scenes details of how the podcast or this website are made.

Tips for Excellent Actual Play Recordings

Posted by on Sep 23, 2012 in Behind the Keeper's Screen, General Updates | 0 comments

by Jeff Okamoto I love listening to Actual Play (AP) recordings.  It’s a great way to get a feel for a game system, learn from other Game Masters, and laugh at “those other players” or finding “they’re just like MY players”. However, there are several things that can really make it difficult to enjoy an AP recording.  This article is a list of tips and suggestions so that if you decide to publish your recording, you’ll get compliments, not complaints. * Get a good microphone.  The better quality your...

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Beginning podcasting info.

Posted by on Jun 7, 2012 in Behind the Keeper's Screen | 0 comments

When I was getting a handle on how to do the podcasting thing, I started listening to this show: It’s about podcasting on a tight budget and using Audacity for editing. For hosting, I use this wonderful site, No fees, and unlimited storage & bandwidth. The catch is that once a file is uploaded, it’s there forever. So make sure you’re happy with the edit before you upload it, since you’ll never be able to remove it. Also note that their bandwidth isn’t very...

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Web site updates coming

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Behind the Keeper's Screen, General Updates | 0 comments

I’m going to be making changes to the web site over the next week or so. I’m trying to find a way to make the updates without breaking the site for visitors, but if it looks bizarre from time-to-time, it’s intentional and just a part of the change.

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