Podcast: SONIC TALK 307 - I'd Rather Be In The Dentists Chair

MajorVsMinor project, anechoic chambers, April fools, no Mac Pros in Europe      04/04/13

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57:0 mins

Guests:

Dave Spiers - GForce Software

Mark Tinley - TV Mania and more

Richard Hilton - Nile Rodger's studio guy

 

We start with a crop of Melodyned classics from major To Minor, then on to the anechoic chamber phenomenon via an anecdote from Mark which leaves us speechless, then on to the Mac Pro now unavailable in Europe, plus a little bit of April Fools and Musik Messe speculation.


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Dan A.    Said...

Interesting study with minor/major, major/minor swaps. The Final Countdown sounds like some lost ABBA version, Californication sounds like a bad cover band, and Creep sounds more like Chris Isaak than Radiohead.

09-Apr-13 02:31 PM


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