Podcast: SONIC TALK 210 - Ulrich Schnauss - Shoegazer Electronica

Creative process, synthesizers, GarageBand on iPad etc      10/03/11

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58:48 mins

Guests:
   Ulrich Schnauss - beautiful electronic music
   Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
   Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
  Gaz Williams - SongSurgeon.co.uk
  Dave Robinson - Editor ProSoundNewsEurope.com
  PJ Tracy - Emmy winning composer from Minneapolis


I love Ulrich Schnauss' work - etherereal, emotional sublime are all words I would use to describe his unique electronic music. With several seminal works under his belt already, we talk to him on the eve of gigs in Greece, and with work in progress on a new solo album. We also discuss GarageBand for iPad and what it means, which takes us into some deeper questions about creating music generally. Top value!



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