Podcast: SONIC TALK 257 -Leap Loop Schmoop

Deep Note, table drumming, Vangelis Moroder, Cubase 6.5 and Stochastik Kit      01/03/12

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68:25 mins


Guests:
Gaz Williams - producer, engineer and musician
Dave Spiers - GForce Software
Nick Batt - editor Sonicstate.com

Leap year special - we wont be doing this on Feb 29th again until 2040 - so enjoy!
Dave Spiers and Gaz Williams join me to discuss the THX Deep note sound and its origin, the Pulse Controller piezo table drumming device, a Vangelis and Moroder mashup from FlameTopFred, Gaz gives us the headsup on Cubase 6.5 just released and finally we examine the new Stochastik Kit app from Xitive.



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