Podcast: Sonic TALK - 026

Black Sabbath, 35+ Flash Drum Machines, China, Wii injuries - what we'd like for xmas      14/12/06

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43:36 mins

No 26 has no great significance other than it often is also the number of episodes in a television program each year; this allows one new show per week for half the year, and one rerun per week for the rest of the year. Well, you can expect no reruns of this episode of Sonic TALK thats for sure - at least not if anyone hears it first .... This weeks guests are producer/engineer John Musgrave, Non Eric - host of MusoTalk.de and Digitalmusicians.net, Mark Tinley - sound artist, musician and all round boffin, and Gmedia Music's Dave Spiers. Topics include this week - the lost Mellotron Black Sabbath tapes, SynthMuseum.com massive collection of Flash drum-machines and, China's Shanghai music fair, Logic for less - and Logic 8 wish-list, Mark's Logic tempo tip, The DB Fletcher amazing expanding table, iBuzz 2 - the musical love toy, Wii related injuries, what the team would like for Christmas. Remember... Do Call Us
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