Podcast: Sonic TALK 323 - Sound Map Of The World

Aporee, Ambika, Strymon El Capistan      25/07/13

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71:16 mins

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First up Nick warns against backing up to comrpessed disk images on OS X, then we head over to Phase57 for a look at Asiohead's hand built poly synth Ambika from Mutable Instruments. Then we talk of the Strymon El Capistan delay pedal, a good match for analog synths according to Mr Spiers, then we we talk about the amazing sound mapping project Aporee, a compelling Raspberry Pi audio application from Servando Barreiro using Pure Data, finally to fade or not to fade.

 

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