Podcast: Sonic TALK 356 - Werkstatt and Moogfest

Pringles Organ, VCS3 X2, gear improvisation      24/04/14

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71:38 mins

Guests

Robbie Bronnimann - producer and composer
Gaz Williams - pro bass player and producer

 

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In the week of Moogfest we discuss the Ashville Electronic Music event, and the  monosynth Werkstatt, the Pringles Organ - is it real? iVCS3 and XILS3 - two VCS3 emulations for iPad and desktop, plus a bit of creative gear usage and application improvisation.

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