Podcast: Sonic TALK 066 - iSmell a Perfume from Apple?

Computerized musical genius, Polivoks filter, celebrity scents and XP forever      22/11/07

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48:22 mins

TALK 066 - back after a short break in transmission, a catastrophic hardware failure meant I was in server fixing mode - fortunately we had the excellent piece from Richard Evans from the Peter Gabriel Tour Diary to cover the gap. This week it's the Thanksgiving Special - in that it is that today - we Brits don't go in for that particular holiday. I'm joined by a small but perfectly formed group consisting of P.J. Tracy - studio owner and tip-top musician from Minneapolis, Dave Spiers -from GFORCE Software - they've just sent their VSM (virtual string machine) out to the stores - watchout for the forthcoming in-depth, and finally Mark Tinley zooms in on his brand new BIG RED motorbike to complete the trio. This week we the winners of the Circuit Bending Challenge, the rather wonderful Experiments in Musical Intelligence, the Harvestman Polivoks Filter Module R1982, Atmosphere and Trilogy for Intel Macs, the weird world of celebrity perfumes, Windows hold on to XP and Logic 7 not working on Leopard. 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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