Podcast: Sonic TALK-162 - Mr Sprinkles Organ

64-bit, Linux,Voiceband, Sprinkles weird instruments      28/01/10

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52:32 mins


I been wading knee deep in NAMM this week, lots of videos online, getting close to 100 and probably more when all is said and done, but this week we move back into our usual groove, with a full panel in the form of  Rich Hilton - Nile Rodger's main man and grammy winning engineer, producer and player - just off to a session to record bass, Mark Tinley  - sound artist and creative thinker and Dave Spiers - Mr GForce - or at least one of them.


First we can't avoid the imminent arrival of the new Apple iPad, we also confirm that AudioEase HAVE been using our podcast to model Skype call emulation for SpeakerPhone, then we talk Logic 9.1 and 64-bit advantages. The YouRock guitar next, followed by the Wavemachine Labs Voiceband, AVIDs absorbing of its other brands, Linux Audio OS from Indamixx, then we finish up with some weird instruments via Bartal Hojgaard.


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    3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    Marc JX8P    Said...

    Great podcast again!

    28-Jan-10 03:24 PM

    DPtronics    Said...

    I'm waiting for the other companies to climb aboard the 64 bit ship.

    01-Feb-10 11:17 PM

    KingVidiot    Said...

    Why don't people use MIDI over ethernet (multiple computers)? Many people do for large symphonic libraries. Virtual Instruments Mag. had a good article on it a while back. Multitasking on computers still leaves a lot to be desired.

    04-Feb-10 09:02 PM

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