Podcast: SONIC TALK 297 - Touchscreen Breakfast Bar Trombone

Waves Element, Sonar X2 Touch, Synth distortion      10/01/13

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65:40 mins

Guests:
NonEric - editor and host of Musotalk.de
Mark Tinley - likebeing.com
Dave Spiers - GForce Software
Gaz Williams - songwriter, producer, musician


In our first episode of the New Year, we're happy to welcome Noneric - host of Musotalk.de who's not been with us for a while due to his massively successful Musotalk site, we talk of Mark Tinley's Coles Ribbon sports commentator mic, then the new Waves Element software synth (09:38), Cakewalk Sonar X2 for Windows 8 touch (21:48) and other touch matters, Wampler Triple Wreck and distortion/drive for synthesizers (43:55) and finally some fun with a trombone (53:45)

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miss manners    Said...

Goddammit Dave Spiers, shut your gob while you're eating :P That's disgusting!

10-Jan-13 11:23 AM


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