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SONIC TALK 150 - LIVE
Celebration time is here again, and helping - wait no, ensuring I do is Dave Spiers from GForce Software, who has popped down to Sonic Towers with a bottle of bubbly to lubricate the wheels - which indeed they did. Also with me this week is Rich Hilton - top flight producer, engineer and player - who is just off to Buenos Aires for a Chic gig, PJ Tracy - back after a break to be interviewed on TV about his latest film and music project, Mark Tinley sound artist and creative thinker is also with us from the UK.
Another great live attendence week - thanks to all who join us and do the chat thing while we stream - its always great fun.
Many thanks to all of you who have sent congratulations and good wishes for this 150th episode, it's much appreciated. And a big shout out to Akai Pete who sorted out our new chatroom and security - thanks mate!
After extended hellos and jolly japery, we start with the brilliant animation of the jobbing mastering engineer managing the expectations of a client - which takes us on to a round of simillar stories from our panel. Then we're on to discontinued products and what the panel miss, Nick recounts his Joseph experiences and we discuss the technology of musicals a little, we then marvel at the news that Brian Wilson is to work on the unfinished songs of George Gershwin. We finish on the news of the new HP Envy Beats 15 laptop from Dr Dre, Will.i.AM and Jimmy Iovine which is part of a campaign to improve the audio quality in computers.
Yamaha UK - be sure to check out the Yamaha Download podcast (see link below)
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 Every Wednesday at 4pm UK time.
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