Just a quick one here!
I’m still playing the wine glasses (see last post) with all the things I have to finish before (DUN DUN DUN) summer vacation.
This lovely site, http://tabletopaudio.com/, is similar to the soundscape sites I’d posted earlier, but this is less “whales and nature” and more “dungeons and Old Ones.” There are dozens of 10-minute tracks of world-building sound tapestries to help you enhance your brain juices and bring your imagination to full HD clarity with rainbows and unicorns and leprechauns on rollerblades with Roman candles. It’s original use is for tabletop gaming (I love using soundscapes for those too) but I think this would make a great tool for writers too! I’ve already been using “Dessert Bazaar.”
There’s a huge selection of scifi/fantasy/horror/specfic landscapes like the humming warp thrusters of “Starship bridge,” the eerie echos of “catacombs.” Tread the salt-crusted boards to “the age of sail,” and challenge that yellow-bellied lowlife Slim Jim to a showdown with “True West”—just to name a few.
Worthy of note: this is a FREE site but it’s funded entirely by donations. If you find this site as engaging as I do, please consider donating to their site.
See you all tomorrow for Character Spotlight Wednesday!