Podcast: Sonic TALK 062 - AES Jet Lag

Ableton Live 7, Pro Tools fantastic elastic, Banpiracy.com - good or bad      11/10/07

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54:15 mins

TALK 062 brings half the panel back safely from the AES show in New York. I had a great time although as ever, short visits stateside can be a bit tiring. Also present in New York were guests Rich Hilton, who took time out of his hectic work schedule with Nile Rodgers to come and say hi. Pro Sound News Europe editor Dave Robinson also attended on behalf of his publication. Joining us AES veterans this week are PJ Tracy musician, technician and husband to be from Minneapolis and Dave Spiers - ace audio instrument plug-in manufacturer from GForce Software. This week is a bit free-form being as I was snoring on a plane at the time I usually put the show agenda together, but we managed to cover the AES highlights including: Ableton Live 7, Pro Tools 7.4 and Control|24, TL Audio's Fat Track, plus a significant amount of time spent on banpiracy.com and their work for Waves. SSL's shed gets a mention and eSessions' French maid, as does a great seminar with Beatles recording engineer Geoff Emerick witnessed by Dave Robinson. 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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