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SONIC TALK 142 - LIVE.
I get a little de-mob happy as he's on the eve of holidays so excuse my occiasional lapses of professionalism - okay stop sniggering at the back there...
This week sees the return of Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker, after some quality time with his familly, PJ Tracy - composer and studio owner also jumps back on baord the Talk train after a couple of weeks away, Dave Robinson from Pro Sound News Europe comes back for a second consecutive week, and Dave Spiers of GForce Software is back too.
We start with a tribute to the great Les Paul and all he did for music creation, then Metasynth 5 hits the streets, then the wierd world of the London sewer system with Bruno Rinvolucri and we discuss our own strangest gigs, Calvin Harris and girls, bikinis and conductive paint give the chat room to release thier inner smut, finally, the Kontakt player and Evolve Mutataion sound pack gets a mention.
Check out the show Chatroom Transcript
This week, Nick sticks with the Røde Procaster, a dynamic mic with more than a nod to the looks of the classic ElectroVoice RE20. Thanks to SourceDistribution.co.uk for lending us this to check out.
Roland UK - Check out the new Juno Di Mobile Synthesizer (see link below)
Loopmasters.com and LoopTV.net - great samples from the finest producers.
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