Podcast: Sonic TALK 158 - Vintage Synth Dead Cat Bounce

JamLink, SH-201, Moraz OB, Sampling and RATM      17/12/09

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60:22 mins

SONIC TALK 158 - LIVE

We're still on a high after Tara Busch's live performance on the show last week, was a real treat if you missed it check TALK 157 here.
This week our regular guests are back with Mark Tinley - creative thinker and sound artist, Rich Hilton - Grammy winning engineer, producer and player, and Dave Spiers from GForce Software - makers of fine virtual instruments.
We talk this week of JamLink - the hardware long distance jamming solution, Oliver Davis makes the Roland Sh-201 talk, Patrick Moraz's custom Oberhiem and other synth rarities, On The Media's interesting audio essay on Samlping and finally the humorus Rage Against The Machine's attempt to steal UK Xmas No1 spot from X-Factor acts.



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