Podcast: Sonic TALK126 - That Woman

Susan Boyle, Pirate Bay, How do you Juno and deep DAW engines      23/04/09

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59:49 mins

SONIC TALK 126 - LIVE.
We're full of the joys of spring - at least in the UK - where the weather has been lovely for a change. So it's surprising that this week I'm joined this week by anyone considering we should be outsitde enjoying the sun, but thankfully my guests are: Mark Tinley - sound artist and author, Dave Spiers synth collector and creator of some wonderful virtual instruments as GForce Software, Rich Hilton - who's spends much of his time either in the studio with Nile Rodgers or on stage with Chic. Our topics begin this week with the Britain's Got Talent surprise find Susan Boyle, then we're on to the Pirate Bay ruling, How Do You Juno? - the competition from Roland, then we quickly check the results of the Youtube Symphony Orchestra and finish up with a mention of the SM Pro Audio V-Machine software and then we get deep into the sound of the DAW mix engine. Show Sponsors
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Loopmasters.com and LoopTV.net - great samples from the finest producers. 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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