Podcast: Sonic TALK061 -Grow Hair While You Can

Marks new phone, Bowies in Space, Old Tech and more      27/09/07
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48:32 mins
TALK 61 - we're not quite over the hill yet, but I do feel strangely liberated in the way that old folks seem to be able to be rude and difficult without a care.. This week there are only four of us - that is Dave Spiers from GForcecsoftware, Rich Hilton resident musician/engineer at Nile Rodger's place and Mark Tinley who's fresh back from his swashbuckling holiday and sporting a new phone. Mark's Nokia N95 is our first subject this week, as he's totally enamored with it - almost talking me into an immediate purchase. We then move on to Audio Ease's trip to India to capture the incredible reverb of the Gol Gumbaz temple for their Altiverb IR plugin, a brace of old ads for portable computers from the 1980s send us down memory lane, Nick introduces us to Flight of the Conchords - less said about that the better, Easy Rider memorabilia and then the worst jobs in Rock n' Roll sets us off on another thread. 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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