Podcast: SONIC TALK 183 - I'm Not In Love Fruitbat Tickler

New Macs, NanoStudio, Yamaha EX1, 10cc      29/07/10

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64:11 mins

This podcast was recorded live via Ustreamyou can watch the whole recording right there.


Guests:

    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers -  GForce Software's synth expert
   PJ Tracy - EMMY winning composer from Minneapolis
    


A lot of fun this week, we're trying out a new streaming format, with the chatroom displayed in the actual video stream - I like it, what do you think?

Dave Spiers joins us in the actual studio as he's down in Bath on an anniversary trip with his lovely wife. PJ Tracy dashed home from a holiday in the woods to complete some projects in his studio.Rich Hilton is about to head to the woods for a camping trip.

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7 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
olsen    Said...

massive typing error it's 183.

29-Jul-10 08:46 PM


Nick B    Said...

Yikes! Thanks for the spot Olsen. Fixed

30-Jul-10 04:30 AM


Marc JX8P    Said...

... I think you've gotten Dave Robinsons description next to Dave Spiers' name under the mp3 links! :-) Unless Dave's taken on that job as well.

30-Jul-10 08:18 AM


Pasi    Said...

About your discussion regarding 64-bit support in Windows and Macs. I prefer Apple's solution in that they are building 64-bit in to the OS and they don't force you to pre-select whether you want to get a 64-bit or 32-bit OS like Microsoft does. Granted the porting of code is completely different matter, but that is less visible to use users and more visible to developers only.

31-Jul-10 08:11 AM


lumcas    Said...

Are you aware of the fact that vast majority of 32bit apps work smoothly under 64bit? Not a Microsoft fan at all, but I don't see your point in this case. I am using both Win and OSX. Try running an app from let's say 2001 on both platforms. You know the one on which you'll be succesfull, don't you?

31-Jul-10 07:41 PM


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