Podcast: Sonic TALK 333 - 10 Million Cant Be Wrong

Malukah, Skyrim, Russian synth, vocal tricks      10/10/13

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75:24 mins

Guests

  • Rich Hilton - Chic bandmember and Nile Rodger's studio guy
  • Dave Spiers - GForceSoftware - makers of fine software instruments
  • Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker
  • Gaz Williams - professional bass player and music technologist
Sonic TALK is brought to you by iZotope, check out the upcoming RX3 - amazing tools for working with audio iZotope.com/rx3


This weeks guests join me to talk about Malukah and her cover of Dragon's Born from Skyrim, the ANS Russian synth emulated, then we take a listen to Chris Stacks highly evolved vocal processing at Experimentalsynth.com. We also (finally) announce the winner of the iZotope RX3 competition.
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