Podcast: Sonic TALK 064 - Leopard Springs Digidesign Deviant

The new OS X, Wifi boombox, Vince Clarke sells up and more      01/11/07

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44:40 mins
TALK 064 In the immortal words of the Beatles - "Will you still need me?". Perhaps need is too strong a word, but we hope your enjoying our show and a big thanks to all of you who've sent in words of support and comments etc. Oh yeah, and happy Halloween... My guests this week are Rich Hilton who's been having fun tweaking the Neve console he uses over at Nile Rodgers place, Mark Tinley sound artist, programmer and musician who's fresh back from a holiday by the sea, PJ Tracy the studio musician with a pile of old Mac computers after his studio clear out and finally Mr Dave Spiers from Gforcesoftware.com, whos Virtual String Machine is released on monday. This week Dave tells us about his adventure with a 6ft Playmobil figure, we discuss the release of the latest Mac OS upgrade - Leopard, Nick's MacBook Pro battery is fixed by a mysterious upgrade and the rather amazing Pinnacle Roku Soundbridge Radio Wifi boombox, Vince Clarke studio sale, Zerotronics passive spring reverb and mechanical verbs in general, Digidesign's MBox 2 Micro USB thingy, Deviant synth and the ARP Quadra, YellowTools free Sampler with 2GB of sounds. Remember... Do Call Us
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