Podcast: SONIC TALK 294 - Logic's Next Big Update

MIDI Jitter, Logic updates, synth photos, cat and dummy head      06/12/12

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66:20 mins


Guests:
Mike Grieg - Music tech lecturer
Gaz Williams - Songsurgeon.co.uk
Mark Tinley - likebeing.com
Dave Spiers - GForce Software


New guest in the form of Mike Grieg - music tech lecturer at Teeside University joins us to discuss MIDI Jitter, rumour s and Logic - what we'd like to see in the next big update, exhibition of giant synth photos and what is the most aesthetically pleasing synthesizer. Then Mark brings out his binaural dummy head and things get stupid.
No cats were harmed during the making of this program.


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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
miss manners    Said...

Please don't talk with your mouths full, chaps. :-( It's really disgusting!

06-Dec-12 06:28 PM


Leslie    Said...

No video?

07-Dec-12 07:45 PM


xyzzy    Said...

The video starts at the 16 minute mark. :)

Technical gripe re: MIDI timing... it's about latency and timing, not bandwidth! Depending on how quickly a polling operation completes, polling on its own does not necessarily have to interfere with MIDI timing.

Mark talks about MIDI in cooperative multitasking environments (classic Mac OS) via the serial port but didn't mention how much more difficult it is to handle realtime processes in preemptive multitasking environments. Hang on to your Atari STs, folks. :)

08-Dec-12 09:34 AM


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