Podcast: SONIC TALK 293 - My Golden Spanner

24 carat Moog, Korg Polysix App, Imogen's gloves, Chromebooks and Donald Fagen   29-Nov-12

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Gaz Williams - Songsurgeon.co.uk
Mark Tinley - likebeing.com
Dave Spiers - GForce Software
Rich Hilton - Nile Rodger's studio guy and member of Chic


The panel assembles to discuss - that golden Moog, the Korg Polysix iOS app, Imogen Heap and her gloves, the new Google Chromebooks and Donald Fagen new release Sunken Condos.

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Fairbanks    Said...

Moog has completely stopped production on the Voyager. That's the big deal about these last ones off the production line.

And please look up the electrochemical plating procedure. It's not thick and happens on a molecular level. Not sure what was on Mark's spanners.

29-Nov-12 11:40 AM

xyzzy    Said...

Looks like they're stopping production of the Select Series of Voyagers; they will still be manufacturing Voyagers. :-)



Other Voyagers still available: http://www.moogmusic.com/products/minimoog-voyagers/

29-Nov-12 06:16 PM

KingVidiot    Said...

Imogen had some interesting stuff on TED last year with some different gloves. It's nice to see that some of the ideas started by Laurie Anderson in Home of the Brave over two decades ago is still evolving.

30-Nov-12 01:28 AM

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