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SONIC TALK 155 - LIVE
Thanksgiving week for our stateside chums - however even though everyone is shopping for turkeys or travelling to relatives, PJ Tracy - EMMY winning musician from Minneapolis finds the time, as do our Brit panel members Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker, and Dave Spiers - from GForce Software.
We start with a look at the interview with Herman Gillis, creator of the Sherman Filterbank, then we take questions on the Korg Wavedrum X, which we just published a review, then its any excuse to play AC/DC - with the Angus Young SG edition and artist models in general, we then enjoy discovering the phenomenom that is Switched on covers albums with Dave admitting a certain obsession with the genre, finally it the OpenLabs SoundSlate and where computers for content creators is going generally.
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10k for an SG.. THAT WOULD BE THE BLOODY DAY. ANGUS should not be proud of this. But... you know what P.T. Barnum said..........
28-Nov-09 09:50 AM
Nice podcast again! Loved the discussion about things like the 'switched on' mania.
29-Nov-09 03:32 PM
We chat to Tatsuya, the brains behind Korg's analog revival
16 track multitimbral synthesiser with fully sequenceable parameter locks, video synthesis and the introduction of step components.