Kick back and enjoy the sweet sweet ASMR french accent of Max Dubois, along with possible guests through the various aspects of tabletop gaming.
I’m not the biggest fan of most podcasts available so rather than whine about it, I made one I’d feel happy to listen to. Here’s what you can expect of The Hellfire Podcast:
- 30 minutes or so episodes. I have a short attention span, and I suspect I’m not alone in this. The point: getting to it.
- Not much modeling and painting. This whole blog is a much better platform for models and modeling tips. Leave the visual content for visual media.
- Actual usable stuff. Every episode has a clear goal and theme ( see below ). If you’re not into that specific topic, you’ll know right from the tittle.
As a quick reference guide:
- The Hobby Life are monthly goal setting and goal report episodes
- Tournament Recaps are exactly that.
- Tournament Life is about stepping up in the competitive scene of Warhammer 40K.
- Hobby Hero is some sort of interview with, well, a hero of the hobby. Clever, I know.
And because it seems to be a common question with these types of rig; here is the stuff I use to record, in the form of sweet sweet affiliate links.
This mic is pretty much the best bang for your buck when starting. High quality enough and you won’t break the bank.
The mic does come with it’s little stand thingy, but this desk-clamping one is much easier to work with. You want to be close to your mic, so being able to move it around is great unless you want to do hunchback podcasting.
This stand also comes with a pop filter, which is also a mandatory.
This really is a 2 piece setup ( well 3… ), as the rest of the stuff you want is online – like registering to a couple of hosting services and stuff.