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But we've great discussion from Rich Hilton - member of Chic and main studio guy for Nile Rodgers, John Musgrave - experienced producer/engineer, PJ Tracy - musician and composer from Minneapolis, virtual instrument developer Dave Spiers from GForce Software and Mark Tinley musician and sound artist with a pedigree.
This week, after recovering from my recording cock-up, we dive straight in with Logic Pro 8, then move on to Apogee's Duo and their interfaces, Joe Zawinul RIP, Not the BMF and virtual tradeshows, Scarbee's Black Bass and Bernard Edward's ancient strings, 30th anniversary of punk - we remember, some forget...
This episode is dedicated to Joe Zawinul.
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Err - maybe a good idea to put up a download link for the podcast?
13-Sep-07 12:55 PM
The jinx continues! Until the boffins add a download link, use this one...
13-Sep-07 11:02 PM
Oh dear. That was a little dim of me. Hope this fixed it in time - whoops!
14-Sep-07 03:07 AM
Maybe the effect from the champagne for the 50th podcast is finally setting in? ;-)
14-Sep-07 03:50 AM
There was mention of Punk sampling CDs. I was involved with a couple of products released by PowerFx (http://www.powerfx.com) a few years back. One was "Extreme Rock Funk Rage" and the other was "Lo-fi and Illbient". Though neither was '77 era Punk they were both as close as anyone has come to producing a sampling CD that catered to that raw edginess that defined the Punk ethos. Just my two cents. Great podcasting. Please keep it up.
18-Oct-07 12:49 AM