Podcast: Sonic TALK123 - Just Plain Wrong

Musk Messe rumours, stage diving Air Drums and the Peche      26/03/09

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SONIC TALK 123 - LIVE.
Hooray for Shoutcast! This week we changed streaming services to Shoutcast hosting and the live feed was much better - no dropouts or suchlike - I think this one's a keeper. This week Mark Tinley phones in while on a mission for Duran Duran, Dave Spiers from GForce Software is at home nursing a bad back - not surprising considering he's been hefting vintage keyboards about, P J Tracy - Emmy winning composer joins us in between dealing with noisy neighbors. This week we enjoy a pre Musik MESSE rumour or two, discuss the merits of stage diving for the super group after Chris Martin sprinted around the arena in Sydney earlier this month, then a couple of drum topics - the first in the form of the Silent Drum Controller, and then the wonderfully cheesy MiJam Air Drum Pro, we then ponder the new Dell Adamo and our own dream machines, and finish off with Depeche Mode and their new single and video Wrong. I'd like to welcome a new show sponsor this week - Loopmasters.com "The no 1 website and sample distributor, with inspirational collections of sounds and samples from some of the top producers" - This week they are offering a SonicState VIP download - listen to the podcast for details. Also, I would like to thank Roland UK for their continued sponsorship - see the links below Please do come and join us LIVE each week as we stream our live recording from Sonicstate.com/Live Remember... Join Us Live!
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L56    Said...

Going to messe myself next week so thanks for warming me up!

But please, stop saying Schneiders buwero. Even in German it sounds more like bjuurow. It's not Spanish for pete's sake! :)

Let's practise one last time: scheinders bjuurow ;)

Keep up the great Podcasts!

26-Mar-09 05:07 PM


Howard S.    Said...

The HR16 player is "David Haynes" (I played a gig or two with him in the 90s, regular drum kit)

26-Mar-09 05:26 PM


Nick B    Said...

L56, okay I promise - but I'm sure I heard it that way from Andreas himself - or maybe I imagined it..

26-Mar-09 05:44 PM


Velocipede    Said...

A5 iPhone! Yes!

27-Mar-09 02:31 AM


asiohead    Said...

Great episode guys ! Shoutcast seemed to keep it together.

Anywayz, here's a cool vid for you to enjoy .. a different kind of 'proud dad showing off kid' video :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35Y7tr3mBtQ

Aphex Twin’s daughter maybe … haha

Greetz…

asiohead

27-Mar-09 08:46 AM


Marc JX8P    Said...

Great podcast again, good luck at Messe! I hope there's some cool new stuff being released. Good to hear that shoutcast worked out too.

27-Mar-09 09:30 AM


Dan A.    Said...

Shoutcast forever! Great move Nick. Looking forward to your Messe coverage.

Asio > here's my current favorite YouTube vid:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkRuJbRyADw

Synthpop's Alive

27-Mar-09 09:09 PM


Derek    Said...

Pssst! When are we going to see the rest of that fantastic portable audio recorder review series? Not that you don't already have your hands full with Messe coverage...

31-Mar-09 12:27 AM


Howard S    Said...

That HR16 drummer playing a Korg Microthingy (?) instead of the usual Alesis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbgQBk4z_28

01-Apr-09 03:59 PM


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