I just got back in RPGs since the old days (this time as DM for my young children) and found about Syrinscape while browsing the net for mobile sound apps. I just finished reading some threads, looking at many videos, training in google-fu and I still have a few doubts before jumping straight in:
- first, cost . As it seems, I could be a completely happy camper just subscribing to the fantasy sets. I think I’ve got a grasp on the campaign manager and customizing moods, but the sheer possibility of customizing oneshots via the Creator would be great. In an old post, Benjamin suggested one could jump between subscriptions plan, for instance from fantasy to supersyrin, uploading personal sets, then getting back to fantasy. I presume one couldn’t do it before at least a full billing period; so would that be two months of supersyrin before getting back to fantasy? Is that still possible to access personal content created while on the $10/mo period while staying on the $6.5/mo one? Anyone caring to explain/confirm?
1b) another old post suggested that oneshots customization|sorting could come to the fantasy/scifi subscriptions, thus not requiring the Creator. Is it still on the roadmap?
- Moving from the Supersyrin subscription to the server one I’d still retain the sets/mods I uploaded, but I wouldn’t be able to download any further set, right?
2b) When the subscription plan is suspended I loose all content, right?
- If I didn’t subscribe I’d have access to the 2 example sets, the 3 custom moods and I should buy sets that in this case would be permanently mine to use?
3b) The subscriptions web pages say that any set produced while on the plan, would be permanently available even after cancelling the subscription, right?
Sorry to be verbose, this is just getting in my week TODO.txt and I prefer to receive official confirmations rather than going on too much with the google-fu and risk understanding not.
Anyway, thank you for your answers and for a really interesting ecosystem I’m sure will make my kids go whoa
P.S. another one, unrelated: is it possible to specify different output devices, e.g. one for moods and another for oneshots? If curious about why, I’d stream the moods to the home speakers, and the oneshots to a portable direct or bt one on the table to avoid network delays…