Podcast: Sonic TALK156 - Analog Can Opener, Modulation Consensus

Max For Live, Chrome OS, Kitten audio benchmark test and synth techniques      03/12/09

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SONIC TALK 156 - LIVE
After a shakey start, seems like Skype has been updating on the quiet, we get things rolling with Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker from his bath, Rich Hilton - recipient of many recording accolades, PJ Tracy - EMMY winning composer and performer and Dave Spiers from GForce Software - makers of fine software instruments.

First up we discuss the new MAX for LIVE release, then we're on to the ramifications of the Google Chrome OS and what it mifght mean for content creators, then we enjoy some mind control with Boris Karloff and discuss sounds that have an effect on us, followed by a listen to the 4ms Atoner module which asks the question whats your favourite synthesis element.

Finally, we enyoy a comment from Ed Eagan (from the Haken Continuum team) on the nature and limitations of MIDI in modern devices  - it's a bandwidth thing..



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