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RPG Research Podcast Episode 1

by Hawke Robinson published Dec 21, 2016 06:20 PM, last modified Feb 23, 2017 07:54 PM
The RPG Research Project's Podcast, Episode 1, with Hawke Robinson and John Welker.

The inaugural episode of The RPG Research Podcast.

Recorded December 4th and 8th, 2016.

Sorry about the audio cutting out, static, left and right, and even cuts out in some place for some unknown reason. Due to such issues betting even worse, part 2 is merged to mono.Do not know why the heck it kept doing that. Hopefully won't be a problem in future podcasts.  So sorry about that. Saved as much as possible. I hope you still find it worth your time with the depth and breadth of content covered. I did the best I could to fix it, but there are obvious cuts, static from boosting the nearly dead sections, etc. All the of the following episodes are much better, this first episode was a technical disaster, but please don't let that dissuade you from the rich content discussion.

The good news is that none of the other episodes (currently 2 through 6) have these audio problems.

After the podcast is recorded, it is almost immediately available in raw form to Patreon supporters of the RPG Research Project AT LEAST one to two weeks before the public (depending on your support level)! 

Here is a list of the topics discussed, with links where relevant. Additional links can be found in the "References" section further down this page.

Listen/Stream Online:

RPG Research Podcast RSS Feed: http://rpgresearch.com/podcast/episodes/RSS

Filesize:  99.5 MB

Format: 192kbps MP3

Duration: 1:09:07

Discussion Forum: http://rpgresearch.com/community-discussion/forum/rpg-research-podcast

Discussion Email List: https://groups.google.com/group/rpgresearch

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Contact Hawke: rpgresearcher at gmail dot com

Contact John: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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