A Double Double ‘n Dice Ep1 Introduction

Pour your favourite beverage, pull up a comfy chair, and join Kim and Jocelyn to chat about our favourite dice rolling game, Dice Masters, on the A Double Double ‘n Dice podcast.

We’ll be talking about a different topic each week and hope you’ll join us to sit back, chill out, and enjoy the conversation about anything ‘n everything Dice Masters.

You heard correctly…the Canadians at DM-North are here to join the Dice Masters podcasting elite. Masters of Dice, with punctuation to boot (although we couldn’t fit in a g…), every second week, your hosts Kim and Jocelyn will be here to have a chat about dice over a beverage, and we hope you’ll join us!

This week’s episode is a little about us and why we decided to jump into the podcast game. While we wait to be fully integrated on the various podcast platforms, you can find us here on our website, and watch for updates when we arrive to the iTunes, Google’s and Spotify’s of the world.  You can also find us here.

We would love to hear from you! Email us at tripledpodcast@dm-north.com or leave a comment here.

Music heard on this podcast is courtesy of a Creative Commons license, check out Kevin MacLeod on Incompetech.com.

Lobby Time by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3986-lobby-time
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Bossa Antigua by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3454-bossa-antigua
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

14 Replies to “A Double Double ‘n Dice Ep1 Introduction

  1. Invest in some decent audio equipment if you’re going to seriously run with your podcast. Too many Dice Master podcasts sound just awful because of you all using the most basic recording devices. It just sounds bad.

      1. Feedback which I hope will be taken on board. Though I doubt it. I’m sure the five people in Discord will be happy to listen to your audio recorded on a tin can in an echoey room, but when you basically have one requirement – recording audio – and there’s no effort or expense made on that? You might as well write a blog. Otherwise, if you’re going to invest the bare minimum into your podcast, expect to have the bare minimum invested in your show.

        1. I think any content is good content. You always can listen to one episode and choose to ignore any future posts. If it reaches just one viewer and it allows that one viewer to listen to an episode on their drive to work and entertain them then it’s a benefit. I’m sure if the podcast gets listens and backers there will most likely be an investment in higher quality equipment. I know making videos I started with a $20 camera and a garbage microphone. For our 100+ subscribers and the community we try to do our best but we also just enjoy playing, and talking about a game we love. We as a community love any Content about dice masters and should always give people a chance.

          1. Archibald might want to invest in some personal development of his manners and his ability to give feedback if he’s going to continue commenting on the work of others.

            If he continues to invest the bare minimum in his ability to communicate feedback in a constructive, well-mannered way, he can expect the bare minimum of notice to be taken of his bullshit, trollish manner.

  2. Congratulations on getting your first one in the books! At our scene, we always try to make everybody feel as welcome as possible, but nothing sells inclusivity quite as well as actually hearing about the game from some of the awesome underrepresented people in our community! Looking forward to listening as I throw back a cup! I hope your podcast helps encourage more women to come out and roll at the local scenes around the globe!

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