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  1. Hi there, YSDC is above all else responsible for my obsession with that group-storytelling format known as the RPG. It began years ago when I stumbled upon the freely available recordings of Tatters of the King, and immediately was seized with a reverence for the unique oblivion that horror can instill. Hastur has been my favorite Mythos deity ever since, and one might even say I have been possessed... but anyway. I'm ready to give back. Weekly I will release here the recordings of a homebrew adventure, hosted in Bloomington, Indiana, until the players conclude the story, one way or another. At time of writing we are something like 9 sessions in, but for pacing's sake I'll post them one week at a time here. Please forgive my amateurish Keepering; it gets better as we progress. Episode 1: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wQjCnjBUpXCWa2FBwW1_TL1WopH_WPQ6
  2. In a widely expected move, the HPLHS have announced that their next Dark Adventure Radio Theatre Call of Cthulhu campaign audio adaptation will be Chaosium's Masks of Nyarlathotep. Due out this summer around the same time as the print edition of the new CoC7e version of Masks, i.e. for Gen Con - early August. The HPLHS refuse to be drawn as to whether there will also be a deluxe edition (as with 2016's DART: Brotherhood of the Beast). I'm sure it would be jolly nice if there was. No details on pricing yet but Masks is a big campaign to adapt, especially with the rumours of what's in Chaosium's new 2018 edition.
  3. GBSteve

    The Case of Charles Dexter Ward

    There's also most no detail about this, barring a short trailer, but it seems like a modern day adaptation on the BBC. Available as a podcast from Monday week (3/12/18) https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06spcbl
  4. So I finally got my hands on Masks of Nyarlathotep 7th edition. It is, like me, a thing of great beauty, and has inspired me to run the campaign for my online group, Whartson Hall Aethernauts. I may have had an uncharacteristically large amount of free time on my hands, because it also inspired this. Hey, don't judge me. It was this or watch Frozen again. N Masks Intro.mp3
  5. DrMonster

    The Oakdale Affair

    I just finished listening to Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “The Oakdale Affair” (published 1917) on Librivox.org. While it isn’t Mythos-related it is a rip-roaring yarn involving a small town murder spree, a missing heiress, a vicious gang of thieves, a creepy haunted house with rattling chains and a vanishing corpse, mistaken identities, lowbrow yokels worthy of Dunwich, and a fortune in stolen jewlry. Surely an enterprising GM could do something with it. (What is it about early 20th Century authors —Burroughs, Lovecraft, Sinclair Lewis, H.L. Menken, the authors of the original Hardy Boys novels — despising country folk as bumbling fools or fearing them as concealers of sinister secrets? Yo, H.P., guess where your big city meals are coming from? That’s right, the same fields where the Pod People are maturing. Enjoy your dinner.) https://librivox.org/the-oakdale-affair-by-edgar-rice-burroughs/
  6. I'm dipping my toe in the electronic waters and trying not to get fried. Eventually I want to branch off into more complicated stuff, but for now I'm testing. To that end, I need four players. Setting: Bookhounds of London Time Zone: I'm in Bermuda, which means I'm slightly out of CST and EST. As I type this, it's 7.05 CST, 8.05 EST, and local time is 9.05. For that reason I'd prefer all the players come from one time zone, and not (say) one in London, two in California, and a fourth off in the North Pole scoffing mince pies. Final decisions to be made once I know who's interested. Title: The Fall of Du Bourg's Premise: It is Christmas, 1929. The London Exchange is at its gloomiest, as financial depression wipes out fortunes and the fortunate alike. Several of du Bourg's most reliable patrons are among the hardest hit. The shop's financial returns have been read to the staff at the end of the year, as is traditional, and they are not encouraging. If things don't change soon, there may have to be Cutbacks (shudder!). Unless the player characters are volunteering for unemployment, now would be an excellent time to come up with a cunning plan. Projected schedule: at least once every two weeks, probably on a weekend, most likely on a Saturday. No longer than 3-4 hours per session. I don't want to be more categorical than that; I need to solve the time zone question first. Game to be played over Discord. Shoot me a PM with your details.
  7. The strangest story of all HP Lovecraft's 'weird tales' isn't fiction at all: it's true. It concerns his marriage to Sonia Greene, a successful businesswoman whose family had fled Ukraine to make a life in the United States. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0001137
  8. mojojojo

    Music of the Dreamlands

    A piece inspired by the Men from Leng.
  9. PoC

    Whacking the Mekon

    I'd forgotten these had come out. My introduction to Dan Dare was with 2000AD rather than the Eagle. DAN DARE: The Audio Adventures (Season 1) Dan Dare first burst onto the pages of Eagle comic back in 1950. Long before 'Star Trek' sought out the final frontier, this truly British comic book hero promised a brave new world. Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future was the original ‘Guardian of the Galaxy’. Inspired by the 1951 Radio Luxembourg series, B7’s audio reimagining of this enduring British space hero (available on CD and digital download via www.DanDareAudio.com) returned to defend the Earth against the malevolent Mekon with six action-packed adventures. Dan Dare features Ed Stoppard as Dan Dare, Heida Reed as Professor Peabody, Geoff McGivern as Digby and Raad Rawi as the Mekon. Spaceship Away! ______ The voice over lady may sound familiar.
  10. Just got the latest Ab Chaos and looked up the Syrinscape soundpacks. Anyway, going to the U-Tube link I noted mention of Nyarlathotep on the Cinematic Dark Ambient label by Cryochamber. Anyway, I ended up buying a few CDs from them instead. Not for everyone, but I thought a really great price, and useful as background for various events. seen here: https://cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/nyarlathotep I almost bought the abouvee on CD, but then saw that they did the 8 CD Lovecraftian bundle on this page: https://cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/yog-sothoth $49 for that many CD's (I paid them more), I thought pretty good. As I say, not for everyone, and they may well be known to many, news to me so thought I'd mention it. Now I'm off to look at what I was originally going to look at, the Syrinscape sound packs!
  11. Recorded by Plot Points: Pelgrane Press Seminar at Gen Con 2018: Episode 117
  12. Hi all. I’m planning to run Cold Warning tonight and just realized that the first handout - an audio recording of a patient during hypnosis - would be so much better in actual audio compared to the paper transscript provided. Anyone seen anything like this somewhere? Cold Warning is an adventure for 7e by Scott David Aniolowski that was released last year. --- I kind of realize that posting this the same day as I plan to run this adventure sort of indicates a botched idea roll. Oh well.
  13. One of my favourite Max Richter compositions (originally from The Blue Notebooks [2004] and heard in more recent times in the film Arrival). Official YouTube upload to mark the re-release of The Blue Notebooks. Warning: This is a beautiful but quite melancholy piece.
  14. TwelveSidedStories

    Other World London Podcast

    I'd like to tell you about our podcast, Twelve-Sided Story and our first tale, Other World London. The game follows the women of the Royal London Spiritualism Society as they pull back the veil between our world and the next. We use 7E Call of Cthulhu and are 10 episodes in right now. If you're interested, you can check it out on one of these platforms: iTunes/Stitcher/Google Play/Podbean/ Or search Twelve-Sided Stories.
  15. As you may have read recently, the venerable MP3 audio format has been declared "officially dead". While this may be true officially it's certainly not true technically - MP3s will be around for a while yet. Podcasts have been one of the last bastions of the MP3 audio format while other net audio has moved over to its successor, AAC. Over the past year we've begun a transition to AAC with our podcasts (starting with the game recordings), however by the end of 2017 I anticipate that all our net-based audio releases will be in the successor format; it's more efficient and offers better quality (certainly at lower bit rates). Unless your audio player is relatively antique then it should be able to handle the AAC audio format. iTunes for example has used AAC audio for the last 15 years, it can also convert AAC to MP3 if absolutely required. The switch isn't happening overnight, but by 2018 all new audio from us should be in AAC format. Legacy material will remain as-is. Anyway just a heads-up for the future. The next podcast show to move to the AAC audio format will be News from Pnakotus - or rather to return to it, as later NfPs of the previous series were in this format from 2012 onwards.
  16. An exciting new partnership announced today: Call of Cthulhu & Syrinscape: Call of Cthulhu games often involve creating more of an immersive experience than many other types of games. Just like our games often feature elaborate handouts and props, we have also noticed that our players often crave soundtracks that help build that sense of unease, suspense and dread at the gaming table, punctuated by moments of horror and excitement! Syrinscape's sounds provide exactly that, and we are proud to be partnering with them, says Chaosium president, Rick Meints. More details here: https://www.chaosium.com/blogcall-of-cthulhu-coming-to-syrinscape
  17. Pookie

    Radio 4: Mythos

    The play Mythos, is broadcast today on Radio 4 and will be available for a month to listen to.
  18. As a big fan of Old Time Radio (OTR), I went over to the website to peruse the DART titles. The one piece of information missing is the LENGTH of the shows.** If you own some, can you give the lengths here, perhaps? Thank you! - Bill **or maybe I just can't find it!
  19. fluffy

    Hexagonal Phase

    Tune into BBC Radio 4 extra for this series based on ‘And another thing’ the sixth book in the Hitchhikers trilogy. Comfy as a truly comfy armchair together with restraints and electrodes. And!!! It includes Jon Culshaw as Cthulhu. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03v379k/broadcasts/2018/03
  20. The (IMHO excellent) audio drama adaptions created by the HPLHS don't seem to get a lot of publicity here on YSDC, but I recently noticed a pre-release announcement of a title that may be of particular interest to Call of Cthulhu gamers (and prop collectors). While the dozen or so "Dark Adventures Radio Theatre" discs made to date have drawn mostly from HPL's fiction directly, the upcoming title "Brotherhood of the Beast" would seem to be an audio adaption of a Chaosium Call of Cthulhu campaign -- namely Keith Herber's globe spanning campaign of the same name (also published under the titles "Fungi from Yuggoth" and "Day of the Beast". This dramatic audio adaption has been with Chaosium's permission. Here's the text of the product description: "The Brotherhood calls forth their gods and they answer. Mankind is given the choice to join them, or perish." Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: The Brotherhood of the Beast is an epic tale of globe-trotting adventure inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft, presented as a 1930s-style radio drama. Dark Adventure Radio Theatre presents the tale with our largest cast of professional actors, exciting sound effects and thrilling original music by Troy Sterling Nies. Click for more information about our other Lovecraft stories in the Dark Adventure Radio Theatre series. They're like movies you can enjoy with your eyes closed. Like many Lovecraft fans, we played Chaosium's celebrated role playing game Call of Cthulhu®. Now, with the permission of Chaosium, we've adapted one of their most thrilling game supplements — Keith Herber's The Fungi From Yuggoth — into a fully dramatized 3 disc super episode of Dark Adventure Radio Theatre. A consultation in a Boston child-murder case leads Professor Nathaniel Ward and his adventurous colleague Charlie Tower into an investigation of a group called The Brotherhood of the Beast. They follow a trail which takes them across the world as they struggle valiantly to thwart the plans of a doomsday cult insidiously plotting the demise of mankind. Can the Brotherhood be stopped, or has an ancient prophecy accurately foretold the end of days? The Brotherhood of the Beast is an epic adventure, filling three CDs (nearly four hours!). Inspired by the game upon which it is based, this episode features four different endings! Follow the plan of your favorite character first, and then see how the others work out. All endings are included with all versions of the show. Like all Dark Adventure episodes, the CD version includes collection of props to enhance your listening experience. They include: an article from the Boston Globe about the child murders a very strange horoscope an urgent telegram from Budapest a brochure for a factory tour of a very strange facility a photograph of a very special Ancient Egyptian papyrus (for pre-order customers only) For more info on the upcoming title, check out this page ... of particular interest to me is that there is a Deluxe version planned which adds a mountain of awesome-looking props, all neatly bundled up into a vintage satchel. Yes, really! Dean (from Adelaide) -- happy HPLHS customer, nothing more
  21. The '1990s' scenario book, "Secrets" contains some excellent scenarios which are easily converted to the 1920s, and to any version of CoC. The 'Unsealed Room' is, to me, one of the greats, and especially for new players. Within the scenario is Handout 3 which represents the recording of Alexander Waldon leaving a recorded message on his desk top machine. Attached is my 1920s version of the recorded voice. Thanks go to Rich who was director and sound engineer. I have seen a real desktop 1920 recording device that appeared to use magnetic wire, so chose to assume it was so, though mechanical recording devices were available. I will upload a 1990s version soon. I recommend the scenario book, "Secrets", and the Unsealed Room. Enjoy! Secrets_1920sVersion_UnsealedRoom_Handout_3_WaldonVoiceRecording.mp3
  22. The Audible version of my 1920's set Mythos novel Alien Stars (third in the Harry Stubbs series), thrillingly narrated by the talented Gethyn Williams, is out now. An horrifying death in a ladies rooming house, an insidious alien force, a mystery buried deep in the Horniman Museum, and ex-boxer turned investigator Harry Stubbs is out of his depth again...I have vouchers for free copies, please message me if you're interested.
  23. Morthrai

    Podcast Basics Question

    I have a question about something very basic to podcasting - the human voice. I am thinking of doing an irregular show covering a wide range of topics, gaming amongst them of course. Now, I can't bear listening to my own voice played back, and while I know that's common for a lot of people I would like to get over it. Does anyone have any tips or techniques that can help me? Thanks!
  24. A few weeks ago myself and a friend recorded an actual play of the Cthulhu Confidential scenario 'The Fathomless Sleep'; it was a lot of fun and if you're interested in hearing the results you can find the first episode here:
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