Podcast: SONIC TALK 184 - Inception Synth Programmer Howard Scarr

On synthesizers, working with Hans Zimmer and more      05/08/10

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54:19 mins

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Guests:

    Howard Scarr - Synth Programmer for Inception
    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers -  GForce Software's resident synth expert
    

We have the pleasure of Howard Scarr's company. Howard is a patch designer - Access Virus, Roland V-Synth, Waldorf, U-He Zebra2 and others as well as an accomplished musician, having played with Zorch and later Gong amongst others. Recently he has been working with Hans Zimmer in the enviable task of designing synth sounds for several movie scores, the latest being Inception.


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hui    Said...

Very interesting episode - thanks!

13-Aug-10 05:42 AM


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