Podcast: Sonic TALK127 - Lose The Tache Keef

Online mix services, Churchill in pop, impulse responses      30/04/09

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56:23 mins

The Record Breakers! We continue to increase the live portion of the audience which makes it all the more fun, please join us if you've not tried it yet for the LIVE Stream (link below). As well as a room full of chatters, I get to spend my favourite hour of the week with 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. We start with a look at WellMixed.com - an online mixing and mastering service and others, then we take a look at the excellent work of The Gregory Brothers and their rendition of an historic speech from Winston Churchill, then we can't resist but look at the rendition of Bohemian Raphsody using mechanical technology, free impulse responses and convolution verbs, 5 massive tracks that nearly didn't make it, then the xoxox.net plugs get some attention. Show Sponsors
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