Podcast: Sonic TALK 159 - The Singing Paperclip

1st decade of the 21st Century      24/12/09

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60:48 mins

I'll keep this very short, just coz its Christmas Eve and there are things to be done, stockings to fill , mince pies to make (ok, buy).

My guests: PJ Tracy, Rich Hilton, Mark Tinley and Dave Spiers join me for this loose discussion on the the technological milestones of the last 10 years.


I would like to tale this opportunity to thank all our listeners and and guests for their continued support - its really appreciated - our chance to talk tech every week is a special time for me and I know others feel the same way So, happy holidays to everyone and we'll back pn the 6th Jan for a pre NAMM show.


Many thanks to our show sponsors: Yamahadownload.co.uk


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Marc JX8P    Said...

Looking forward to listening this one! Listening to the live recording was - as usual - fun and once more I'd like to thank you Nick for all the work in this decade, not only on this podcast but in setting up Sonic State and giving us news on all the new cool gear as well as fantastic footage from shows like NAMM! Have a well earned rest during the holidays and don't eat too much turkey! :-) See you guys in 2010 when it'll slowly go towards podcast 200...

24-Dec-09 03:12 AM

hui    Said...

Thanks to Nick and the gang for another great year of podcasts!

24-Dec-09 04:06 AM

U Franklin    Said...

Thanks for another year of great podcasts. I listen every week.

24-Dec-09 07:30 AM

Saxon    Said...

Happy Xmas from the great white north!!

Looking forward to another great year of Sonic State podcasts!!!

24-Dec-09 04:47 PM

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