Podcast: SONIC TALK 254 - Crimson Love

Harpejji, Sub Contrabass Sax, how to plan your studio      09/02/12

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60:22 mins

Guests:

Rich Hilton  - From Nile Rodger’s private studio
PJ Tracy - Emmy winning composer
Dave Spiers - GForce Software fine instruments
Gaz Williams - producer, engineer and musician
Nick Batt - editor Sonicstate.com


First show from the new office, a couple of blips, but we got there in the end. This week we talk about the Harpejji and how instruments can define genres, the Chapman Stick as used by King Crimson, a look at the Sub Contrabass Saxophone and given that we have just moved, how you plan a new studio space.




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