Podcast: Sonic TALK088 - Krakli Moog

A brace of free instruments and a really expensive guitar      11/06/08

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32:49 mins
TALK088 - I'll have to keep it short this week as we're burning the candle to prep for the LIMS show which we go to tomorrow. It's just the three of us - I'm joined by Mark Tinley - sound artist and long time studio collaborator with Nick Rhodes and Dave Spiers - from Gforce Software. We skip through the mental futuristic photo browser that is Taggalaxy.de, then on to Krakli Software's rendition of Video Killed the Radio Star, then on to the Moog Guitar which gets it's official launch at Summer NAMM, the Electronic Music Guide, AES, Sonicstate.TV and Prince is 50. 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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Dan A    Said...

It's nice to have the podcast back. I enjoyed Nick's interview and studio tour with Will Gregory. Very cool. And I didn't realize until last podcast that it was Will Gregory who played sax on TFF's Working Hour - pure soul.

I was wondering how Dave is getting along with his D-550 and MKS-70?

And I entered Moped into the Tag Galaxy and got... Mopeds. But then I spun it around and saw the picture Lord Tinley described. What a lucky geezer.

12-Jun-08 06:52 PM


akaono    Said...

Good to have you back!

12-Jun-08 08:02 PM


Ian Webster (Krakli Software)    Said...

Well, that was a very pleasent suprise when I downloaded the podcast. Many thanks for all the kind comments. Mac ports are out of the question as I use SynthEdit which is a PC only plugin design environment, sorry. As far as charging, I started out doing this as a hobby (and a love) and it wouldn't feel right to start commercialising it too much. The oxygen of notoriety will do me for now! Anyway thanks again guys. Ian

13-Jun-08 02:08 PM


Marc JX8P    Said...

Heh, I missed you guys! Glad to see the podcasts are back!

15-Jun-08 12:03 PM


Nulldevice    Said...

I was all worried that I'd fall behind my podcasts when my internet connection went down at home. But that didn't happen - so you picked the right time to go on holiday.

The Moog Guitar looks pretty amazing. And surprisingly, not all that horribly expensive. I know a guitarist who spent nearly that much on a top-end electric guitar, and it didn't have all the moogisms.

A shame the moog guitar doesn't look as flash as it sounds.

18-Jun-08 10:20 AM


gerald    Said...

About the moped and women on tag galaxy, as soon as he started describing the pictures, I knew they came from one of my favorite flickr streams: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tokyo_scooter_stuff/

24-Jun-08 10:40 PM


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