Podcast: SonicTALK 362 - Raven V2.0 - Which Kick Mic

Steve Howell, UAD Cards issue      04/06/14

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We first pay our respects to Steve Howell who sadly passed away suddenly last weekend, Steve was a pioneer of Akai Samplers, keen synthesist and creator of many amazing Kontakt libraries. We then discuss the UAD card incompatibilities with the new Mac Pro, Solo, Duo and Quad cards just cannot work with the new machine. Then we discuss the innovative new features of the Steven Slate Raven V2.0 and Batch commands, the panel give their preferences for bass drum mic selection, and we briefly discuss the demise of BBC Television centre and the forthcoming auction.

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