Every now and again we’ll hit the internet with our own style of radio show. Focusing on an informal approach we’ll chat about gaming and we’ll play some gaming inspired tunes as well gaming soundtracks. There’s the very special “Bargain Basement Bonanza” competition where we give away the cheapest pre-owned game available to man.
The audio stream for our radio show can be found here on the website. When we’re transmitting you should find the front-page has a massive link on it directing you to the stream. Or, you can click on this link here. You’ll need a program such as iTunes, Windows Media Player or Winamp installed on your PC/or Mac.
Just how on earth do we do it?
For those tech geeks amongst us we thought we’d lay out all the software and hardware we use to produce the show.
Duncan and Paul are both Windows users and therefore follow a similar tech setup. All three of us have Samson CO1U microphones and a nifty set of Samson headphones, kindly donated by Samson and Korg UK (thanks!).
I’ll let Duncan or Paul fill in their tech speak bit later on.
Phil is a big mac fan and therefore has an iMac at home from which he does his Gamers Paradise show.