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The 1P vs. 2P Podcast is hosted by 1Pvs2P.com editors and longtime gamers Ryan & Taylor Reeh.

Started in February 2015, the show breaks down the latest top stories in video game news, history, new video game releases, music, and gaming culture. Episodes also feature chiptune music, industry interviews, and other features about the gaming world.

All episodes are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 international license

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■ Our Site: http://www.1Pvs2P.com/podcast
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Hosts

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Ryan Reeh is the co-host and writer of the 1P vs. 2P Podcast. He grew up schooling his fellow gamers around the neighborhood, earning him respect as player 1 among his friends. Then, the Internet came around. Online multiplayer was not kind to him.

 
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Taylor Reeh is the co-host and producer of the 1P vs. 2P Podcast. The younger of the Reeh brothers, he assumed the player 2 status for multiplayer games at an early age. Don't worry, though; he always got the "good controller."


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📺 Panel slides available: http://bit.ly/1Np9IrA  ► Listen to gaming podcasts? Do you ever wonder how they're produced, or want to start a video game podcast of your own? Join longtime gamers Ryan & Taylor Reeh as podcast fans and hosts of their very own indie show - the 1P vs. 2P Podcast! We discuss podcasting basics, including audio equipment recommendations, developing good content, conducting quality guest interviews, how to edit episodes, and more. We'll also answer your podcasting questions during a Q&A towards the end of our session.


► Co-host Taylor Reeh interviews Intel's Michael Katz at PAX South 2016 about RealSense 3D technology, which uses webcams and sensors to turn a 3D model of yourself in to a playable character in video games like Fallout 4, Skyrim, GTA V, and FIFA 15 with mod platform Uraniom.

 

► Co-host Taylor Reeh interviews indie developer Momin Khan of Richmond-based Root 76, who demoed their upcoming multiplayer game Clash Cup Turbo (PC/Mac) at MAGFest 2016.