Podcast: SONIC TALK (TB)303 - Atomic Kitten, Gerbil Rock

Avid, Jem Godfrey, Waldorf, NI and Bowie      28/02/13

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141:10 mins

Guests:
Jem Godfrey - pop writer, producer and prog keyboard player
Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker
Dave Spiers - GForce Software

 


A new guest joins us from the rarified world of pop production, now working in commercial writing and founder of prog rockers Frost - top chap and good value! Jem tells us about his work with X-Factor artists and other high pop acts.
We talk about Avid and the hypothetical DAW change, Waldorf Rocket, NI's new softy and Bowie's new album amongst other things. Finally Mark treats us to some Gerbil Rock

Please do come and join us LIVE each week as we stream our live recording at
Sonicstate.com/Live Every Wednesday at 4pm UK time.


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Every Wednesday at 4pm UK time we record and stream video live with a chat room for you to get involved in. So head over to Sonicstate.com/LIVE and check it out.  Plus we've set up a Skype account for people to leave comments or requests.

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
asiohead    Said...

great show guys !!!

and thanx Dave for the anekdote about your itunes rants :) Reminds me to watch out for stuff like that ;)

28-Feb-13 10:25 AM


Failed Muso    Said...

So gutted that I missed the live recording with Jem on but another top show. Thanks guys :-)

28-Feb-13 06:39 PM


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