Podcast: Sonic Talk 030 - Post NAMM

Homeward bound and a trip to Jacks music store      25/01/07

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13:51 mins
Another short episode from LA in which we leave the fair city of Anaheim and head for the Hollywood Hills and Sunset where the Jack Waterson's Future Music store is located. We have a post NAMM chat and then head off to shop at Melrose, then out for a cruise in the bay from marina Del Rey. I then hit LAX and Shorn and Andy head back to Anaheim for some more serious video edting in the same time zone - boy do they work hard for you. Next week normal service is resumed - we'll have a post-NAMM post-mortem with members of the usual gang. Tata for now. Remember... Do Call Us We've set up a Skype account for people to leave comments (which may be played on subsequent episodes) or requests to be considered for a part on the show. You can contact using the Skype handle 'sonictalk' or if you want to use the phone, our number in the US is:

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Dave    Said...

WTF.. SonicState goes fully commercial????

No way..... you are gunna lose a listener here !

Not happy

25-Jan-07 06:32 AM


Nick    Said...

Dave, I'm sorry to hear that. To be honest, the podcast is a whole lot of work from a bunch of people so it has to generate some revenue just to keep it justified. I'm happy to take some feedback on what would be acceptable.

25-Jan-07 09:52 AM


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