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Podcast: SONIC TALK 251 - Pre NAMM Preamble
  12-Jan-12
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Derek    Said...

Sheesh, you just moved offices a few years ago and now you're moving up again. Congratulations!

Can I work for you guys too? ;) You could probably use a new CMS, some automated migration tools, and a sysadmin to go with 'em...

And I agree with the sentiment that Casio is probably just going to join Roland and Korg in releasing yet another ROMpler. :-(

12-Jan-12 10:39 AM


Nick B    Said...

Derek, a Sysadmin would be great - but I bet we couldnt afford you... email me privately so we can talk tech if you like....

12-Jan-12 11:31 AM


DBM    Said...

BTW guys the Moog Minotaur is a Bass Synth . It will only track up to middle C . Though that may or not be a deal breaker for some ....it's not widely talked about yet .

12-Jan-12 06:05 PM


Dave Chick    Said...

Brilliant show as usual guys. Nick, thanks for the shout-out on the IHR contest. I sent you a message too, but thought I'd pop in here and publicly express my thanks and, of course my admiration for what you and the panel do every week.

Cheers, Dave

12-Jan-12 07:37 PM


Dave Chick    Said...

Brilliant show as usual guys. Nick, thanks for the shout-out on the IHR contest. I sent you a message too, but thought I'd pop in here and publicly express my thanks and, of course my admiration for what you and the panel do every week.

Cheers, Dave

12-Jan-12 07:41 PM


Lagrange Audio    Said...

Interesting about the Casio. Disappointed with no PD but the fact that Casio are back in the game might mean a PD synth might follow soon. Don't forget that the R&D costs in this space are hellish more expensive than their current home keyboard market so the commercial risks have to be managed accordingly. If the XW-P1 generates sufficient interest then they might be inclined to pull the trigger on a PD synth later on.

12-Jan-12 10:20 PM


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