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About Ro's Video Content

Provided below are answers to some basic questions with the intent for you to better learn about the videos that I create.


What programs and equipment do you use to make YouTube videos?

Let's start with my equipment. My microphone is a Blue Sona microphone, connected to my Helicon GoXLR mixer, with a built-in noise gate, which is connected to my PC.

For recording my voice, I use Sound Forge Audio Studio 12.

I use Nvidia Share (previously known as ShadowPlay) to record my gameplay, gameplay audio, and an extra audio source. If I'm recording with other people, this means recording (in most cases) Discord. If I'm recording by myself, I record my microphone's audio input so I can sync my audio easier.

After recordings, I transfer my recording files through my network to my G-RAID that's connected to my 2020 M1 Mac Mini through Thunderbolt 3. I also use a 4TB Thunderbolt 3 SSD from SanDisk for the video editing process in Final Cut Pro X. After the edited video is finished exporting, the video is then sent to my PC through the network before being uploaded to YouTube.

Is there anyone that you would like to shout out?

First of all, I would like to thank Jase Wolf, who's been helping me with building, running, and modifying this website since the very beginning.

Secondly, I'd like to give a shout out to Kovin for being an long-time subscriber to my channel, and being one of the most active subscribers.

Next, a huge shoutout to those who have donated to my channel, including 'somniumisdreaming', who was the first donator. Thank you so much, m'dudes.

Last, huge shoutout to the members of my Bad Fellas Media Group collective (more info on that, below).

What is the Bad Fellas Media Group (BFMG)?

In early 2016, I became a part of TheNorthernAlex's community, TheNorthernPack. Through this community, I've met some awesome guys and have formed a great bond with them. We play games together, laugh, and have all sorts of fun. At some point, I thought it would be awesome if we formed an official group. In late 2017, I started our collective, Bad Fellas Media Group (originally called Bad Fellas Entertainment). The name is from a song by Barely Alive and Astronaut, which released in mid-2015 on Disciple Recordings. Since the collective's creation, members have come and gone, but we're still one big, growing, terrifyingly stupid family.


Here's some info about the many series that I've done over the course of my time on YouTube.


American Truck Simulator (2015 - 2016)

The successor to my Euro Truck Simulator 2 series, my American Truck Simulator series started right off in Los Angeles, California, and was eventually replaced by "Worldwide Trucking", a series that also featured Euro Truck Simulator 2.

Among Us (2020 - Present)

Following the great COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, Among Us' popularity skyrocketed, and I couldn't help but give it a try. Members of Bad Fellas have joined me as we laugh our asses off, make terrible jokes, get drunk, and try to survive.

Brighton: Law (2022 - Present)

My return to creating police roleplay videos kicked off in 2022, with the introduction of new series "Brighton: Law", which features gameplay from "Police Simulator: Patrol Officers". This series almost always features AlphaAndOmegaGaming, as we battle the crazy events in the Boston-based city of Brighton.

Euro Truck Simulator 2 (2014 - 2016)

The second series to ever appear on my channel, and my first simulation series, my ETS2 series featured the base game, some DLC's, and some game mods. The series was originally killed off to be replaced by my American Truck Simulator series, but was brought back for a little while. The series was then replaced by "Worldwide Trucking", which also featured American Truck Simulator.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (2019)

Starting off in the open beta, this series was featured for a little bit as a sequel to my Ghost Recon: Wildlands series. Due to low viewership, the series was quietly killed off.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands (2015 - 2016) (Returning 2024)

Starting off in the open beta, this series showed very little releases throughout 2015 and 2016, and was quietly discontinued.

The series is making its grand return on the channel on New Years Day 2024, featuring Cdaarnl and Trks.

LCPDFR (2014 - 2015)

The very first series to appear on my channel, LCPDFR featured me taking on the role as law enforcement in Grand Theft Auto IV. The series was killed off unexpectedly in 2015, with the release of Grand Theft Auto V, due to software compatibility issues. The series would make a return later on, for a limited run, before being discontinued. LCPDFR returned under a new series in 2017, titled "Liberty: Law".

Liberty: Law (2017)

My attempted return to law enforcement in Grand Theft Auto IV's Liberty City, and a sister-series to my major "San Andreas: Law" series. After only three episodes, the series ended abruptly without warning due to an unexpected game update that forever ruined modding in Grand Theft Auto IV.

LSPDFR (2015 - 2016)

The successor to my LCPDFR series, I took on the role of law enforcement in Grand Theft Auto V. This series, while only lasting for less than a year, featured 133 episodes. The series had a planned cancellation in 2016, to pave the way for a successor original series titled "San Andreas: Law".

Mafia: Definitive Edition Trilogy (2022 - Present)

Recently debuting on the channel, my Mafia playthroughs are the first story-based single-player videos to be featured in a very long time. With the first game already having been featured, Mafia II: Definitive Edition is next, including its DLC storyline. Mafia III is to follow some time after that, though I'm not sure exactly when that will happen.

Propnight (2022 - Present)

A series that I've been wanting to do for a while, Propnight is an awesome multiplayer game that has recently made its debut on the channel. It's prop-hunt meets Dead By Daylight, and it's an awesome addition to the channel.

Rainbow Six Siege (2016 - 2024)

The longest-running series on my channel, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege quickly became a staple on my channel. The first series to feature collaborations, this paved the way for some amazing content on the channel, and is still running on the channel.

Following the removal of Training Grounds (formerly known as Terrorist Hunt) in late 2023, Rainbow Six Siege content will end in early 2024.

Rainbow Six Specials (2021 - Present)

A spin-off of my Rainbow Six Siege series, featuring prop-hunt, hide and seek, and more content that isn't typical of my Rainbow Six Siege series.

Ready or Not (2022 - Present)

The next generation of tactical first-person shooters, Ready or Not made its entrance on the channel in 2022 when the game was in Early Access. Simply put, you work as a SWAT team with the Los Sueños (based on Los Angeles) Police Department, as you have to complete missions that require stealth, precision, communication, and good judgement. The series was introduced on the channel as an eventual replacement for longtime series "Rainbow Six Siege", which makes its grand exit from the channel in 2024.

San Andreas: Law (2016 - 2020)

The spin-off of my LSPDFR series, "San Andreas: Law" features police roleplay gameplay in Grand Theft Auto V. While the series started off without plans to break into seasons, the series would make a shift in 2019, with the introduction of Season 2.

Season 2 featured some changes to the series, with the introduction of new charcters across multiple agencies. One of the characters, Blaine County Sheriff Paul Lucas, would be killed off as part of the Season 2 finale.

Season 3 kicks off with Blaine County Sheriff Kate Andrews, who was previously a deputy with the department throughout Season 2, and was also Paul Lucas' protege. The season was cancelled abruptly after 13 episodes with the release of a Grand Theft Auto V update that would render LSPDFR broken for over half a year.

San Andreas: Life (2017 - Present)

A replacement of "San Andreas: Wanted", this series is a spin-off of "San Andreas: Law" featuring Grand Theft Auto: Online. Plans are in the works to bring FiveM content to this series, as well.

Travel & Transport (2021 - Present)

The successor to my "Worldwide Trilogy" collection, this series focuses on simulation games such as American Truck Simulator, Euro Truck Simulator 2, Bus Simulator 22, Tourist Bus Simulator, and more.

Worldwide Transit (2019)

A spinoff series of "Worldwide Trucking", which only featured 1 episode of Bus Simulator 18. This series was later replaced with "Travel & Transport", a series that combines all my "Worldwide Trilogy" collection into one simulation series.

Worldwide Travel (2017 - 2020)

A spinoff series of "Worldwide Trucking", which only featured 1 episode of The Crew 2. This series was later replaced with "Travel & Transport", a series that combines all my "Worldwide Trilogy" collection into one simulation series.

Worldwide Trucking (2017 - 2020)

A successor to my American Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2 series, which features both games in one series. This series was later replaced with "Travel & Transport", a series that combines all my "Worldwide Trilogy" collection into one simulation series.