Podcast: SONIC TALK 295 - 121212 Soundcheck Day

Mark's Christmas single, AirHarp, studio disaster Waves Redd   13-Dec-12


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72:22 mins

Guests:
Mark Tinley - likebeing.com
Dave Spiers - GForce Software
Darren Price - Underworld (blink and you'll miss him)

 

 

We kick off with a brief appearance from Darren Price from Underworld - as thats where Dave Spiers is today (thanks for the use of the bandwidth!). We then dive into the Leap Motion and the AirHarp experiment 7:00, Mark Tinley's Christmas Single as the Pink New Dolphins - Sometimes Suicide - a very catchy tune with a serious message 16:10. Then we talk about serious studio disasters - several of which appear to include people smashing up gear... 31:35
The Bass Bott TT Clone TB-303 copy -so similar - can it be legal? 45:00

Waves EMI Redd plugins - emulation of the classic REDD mixing desk from Abbey Road and thats it! 58:00



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Peter K.    Said...

Seeing those classic keys all smashed up makes me afraid to watch!!!

13-Dec-12 01:32 PM


   Said...

Not a huge studio disaster but a lesson for newbies using old gear. 14 years ago I took a project into a studio with a bunch of midi tracks. One track I had recorded using a Korg Poly 800 that seemed to be screwing up the timing of the whole project. Turns out the joystick controller had a dirty pot that was generating loads of random control change messages in the track. Took us two hours at the going rate to figure it out. I now routinely inspect all midi files when using 25-30 year old controllers.

14-Dec-12 01:24 AM


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