Podcast: Sonic State Talk - 005

M-Audio Torq, speakers, Ableton Live 6, extreme recording, Faderport and sorry Nick!      21/07/06

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This week’s guests are Oz Owen, editor of Future Music magazine, Dave Spiers from Gmedia Music and Andy Mac, whose sterling efforts brought you the ultra-fast footage we posted from the Summer NAMM show in Austin last weekend. We go over a number of the key releases from the show and generally waffle about whatever takes our fancy. Nick also apologizes for in-advertanly sacking Nick Howes from Yamaha – he’s of course still working for them and doing great things in the mLAN world – sorry Nick! Topics include: Summer NAMM to stay in Austin? M-Audio’s Torq and speaker products, Sony MDR-7509 HD full range headphones, extreme recording in a hot air balloon, Ableton Live 6, the Zoom H4 four track recorder, Boss BR Micro and Presonus Faderport. Remember...
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