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As I fight off my woolly head, Noneric brings us news of Reason 4, Nuendo 4, we talk of Tenori-On, then move on to the massive slump in Rap sales, the Struggling Musicians Toolkit and associated resources including Jamstudio.com. What do you do for inspiration? East West's Fab Four sample library, then I get some group therapy for my mid-life crisis - thanks guys - group hug!
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I find these podcasts really, really interesting and await each new one with eager anticipation. This episode appears very very slow to download though, is there any reason for that?
06-Sep-07 04:28 PM
Once again, highly entertaining! I found it kind of interesting though that in the 'age-related-impulse-buys' section none of you wanted to go for a really expensive musical item such as a vintage Moog Modular or something like that! :-) Then again, that's work-related...
07-Sep-07 02:51 AM
Ian, not sure why it was slow to download - we have had a lot of traffic in the last 24hrs what with the Tenori-On video n stuff
07-Sep-07 08:32 AM
Rap and Hip Hop hasn't died at all. I would just say that it has moved into the clubs (more so than the past) and become a singles (rather than album) culture for the most part. Not very many Taleb's and Common's out there to furnish a quality album. So if I would say anything substantial about it-- people are treating it like a dance music. They buy a song or two or rip a song or two instead of wasting money on the 11 other songs on "rapper X's" mostly filler CD. And everyone in the rap and hip-hop game knows this and they concentrate on one or two songs at a time rather than an entire album
07-Sep-07 04:41 PM
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