Podcast: SONIC TALK 213 - The Tyranny Of Choice

Additvive synthesis, Maschine 1.6, musical emotion, Musik Messe, LXP      31/03/11

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73:39 mins

Guests:
   Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
   Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
  Gaz Williams - SongSurgeon.co.uk
  Mark Tinley - Likebeing.com
  PJ Tracy - PJTracyMusic.com


Last show before Musik MESSE , but there still so much news around - firstly we talk about Daniel J Levitin's study of the mechanics of emotion or Rubato as PJ so rightly put it, Native Instruments Maschine 1.6 is here, Additive synthesis and what its good for and the usual malarky banter from our team.



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