Syrinscape sci-fi players get new Sand Worm and Space Station soundsets


If you use the Syrinscape app to provide background music for your roleplaying, you can now take that roleplaying into space and possibly from there down onto Arrakis, because two new soundsets just became available in the sci-fi version of the app.

The Abandoned Space Station SoundSet, simulates “a vast and mostly empty structure, barely hanging together in the depths of space”, and includes air ventilation, malfunctioning computers, sparks, garbled distress calls, explosions, and of course the tearing metal hull.

Meanwhile, the Giant Sand Worm SoundSet provides laser fire, vehicles, bombs, roars and crashes. Neato.

More information is available at the website here, or there are some demos below.

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