Podcast: Sonic TALK186 - Bieber Stretch Phenomenon

Musical humour, Requiem Pro, timelapse      19/08/10

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62:55 mins

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

We cant do the show without talking about the 800% Justin Bieber timestretch, so we do, then a few examples of musical humour from Brett Domino an Andy Rehefeldt, Tonehammer's Requiem Pro and an interesting time-lapse screen movie of a Logic Pro session from Human Boot Project and we finish with a bit of fantasy synth purchasing.

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21-Aug-10 09:55 AM

r4ltman    Said...

I had to do this with some video for the opening of Mad Men, and threw in a bit of Ozzy's Diary of a Madman for good measure, while people won't find it perhaps to be the cultural epiphany of the pop track that popularized this recent construct, like anything under a microscope, it opens up more thoughts about the original context of the subject. http://vimeo.com/14295107

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