Podcast: Sonic TALK - 037 - data disasters and obsessions

Mark's obsession with 9, mini recorders, mix notes and more      15/03/07

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40:48 mins

Will the real episode 37 please make itself known?
After last weeks fiasco, (I thought it was 37 but it was 36) we've decided to discuss the number 36 - just so it didn't get left out. So, please be assured it is actually episode 37 - got that? I'm joined this week by Mark Tinley - musician, producer, songwriter and sound artist who reveals his obsessive side and also Dave Spiers from GForce Software - makers of fine software instruments who most recently have released the M-Tron for Universal Binary. Topics this week include the number 36, including Mark's obsession with the number 9, handheld recorders, data disasters, Future Music store tour, MFB synths, how to make mix notes (or not), no more hardware samplers then? And finally - the invisibility cloak and other stuff... Remember... Do Call Us
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