Podcast: Sonic TALK - 035 Metric Halo, Logic 8, Ringtone engineers

Video Karaoke, cardboard synths, custom qwerty, vicious anti piracy measures      28/02/07

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36:45 mins
Episode 35 brings us to the eve of the Sounds Expo Show in London - which we don't discuss at all by the way, we'll save that for next week. In fact, thats why the episode is up early, as we'll be on the road first thing to be there for the day.. We are joined this week by engineer/producer John Musgrave, GForce's very own Dave Spiers and Noneric from Berlin as well as Mark Tinley and Richard Evans too. Topics include: Dave Spiers' audio interface test (he finally got hold of the Metric Halo), virtualization cartel behaviour, Steam Punks custom keyboards, a small wooden speaker, ring tone mastering engineers, tiny cardboard synths, BIX.com online video karaoke, Logic 8 (or not) again, the software that eats your home directory and a robotic hand for $17. 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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Extreme piano construction    Said...

Hi guys at Sonic State I really enjoy your podcast and look forward to listening to the new ones that come out. In podcast 35 Richard Evans is wanting a keyboard that is made out of wood and brass. There is a guy on You Tube called Proximasolaris. He took apart a 88 key Korg Triton Extreme and put in a upright piano shell. I don’t know if you have seen this yet but it’s way cool. David Potter

06-May-08 01:50 PM


David Potter    Said...

Hi guys at Sonic State I really enjoy your podcast and look forward to listening to the new ones that come out. In podcast 35 Richard Evans is wanting a keyboard that is made out of wood and brass. There is a guy on You Tube called Proximasolaris. He took apart a 88 key Korg Triton Extreme and put in a upright piano shell. I don’t know if you have seen this yet but it’s way cool. David Potter

06-May-08 01:52 PM


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