Podcast: SONIC TALK 192 - Dude, Where's My Music Gone?

Archival, limit yourself, Reactable iPad, iZotope RX2, touch      07/10/10

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69:37 mins

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    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
   PJ Tracy - PJTracyMusic.com
   Gaz Williams -  Bristol based music producer

This weeks topics start with with the thorny issue of how do we archive digital media for future generations, then a Chip Tune sparks a discussion about working with limitations and we get to hear some of PJ's music,  the Reactable for iPad, Pod, Phone is here and its only £5.99, the new iZotope RX2 is also announced, with the Galaxy Tab and other multi-touch devices are coming are we heading for a world without mouse/keyboards?

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

Speaking of "affordable" (?) multi-touch, it would be nice if you could take a look (review?) the Toshiba Libretto W100 as a music tool. I'm very curious to see how it would handle (as a mobile device running full version apps of) Propellerhead Record, with the main mixer and/or sequencer window on the screen below (at your fingertips) and the rack on the upper screen.

Same with Reason and Ableton Live, etc...


...since we can't have the Töken just yet (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVD_Lvv4UOI), might as well try the other available multi-touch Win7 options :)

07-Oct-10 09:53 AM

Koshdukai    Said...

btw, the jaw dropping iZotope RX™ 2 reminded me of http://photosounder.com/ :)

07-Oct-10 03:20 PM

Marc JX8P    Said...

Hi guys, great show again! Love the iZotope RX comments - seems like an awesome audio tool!

07-Oct-10 06:15 PM

Dan A.    Said...

Along the lines of Chip Tune is Tree Wave, a Dallas based electronic musician using Commordore 64 and Intel 386 computers. Check out Tree Wave - very Stereolab-esque.


07-Oct-10 10:08 PM

Dan A.    Said...

Ignore the above comment. What I meant to say was:

Along the lines of Chip Tune is Tree Wave, a Dallas based electronic musician using Commodore 64 and Intel 386 computers. Check out May Banners - very Stereolab-esque.


07-Oct-10 10:11 PM

loneraver    Said...

This podcast made me wish I was on there with you. I'm studying film archiving as a master's student and I've had an internship in sound restoration at a film lab.

Archiving large data is a topic we deal with a lot. I wish I could have been there or at least listened live in the chat room. Damn!

08-Oct-10 08:13 AM

Tike    Said...

Woah nelly, how about them aeplps!

25-Oct-12 12:35 AM

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