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Podcast: Sonic TALK 324: Gesticulation Motion
  01-Aug-13
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Svensyntetics    Said...

Here is a nice Sounddesign Trick: It works very good with pads and athmospheric Stuff: Record your Pad, put it on your Ipod. For the Ipod there are Radiotransmitter so you can listen to it on your Radio, in your car or somewhere else. Transimit your Pad to the Radio and play with the Frequencies on the Radio so you add stutter, noise and stuff from the not quite right Frequency to your Padtrack and record this again. Very nice....

01-Aug-13 03:32 PM


Svensyntetics    Said...

Here is a nice Sounddesign Trick: It works very good with pads and athmospheric Stuff: Record your Pad, put it on your Ipod. For the Ipod there are Radiotransmitter so you can listen to it on your Radio, in your car or somewhere else. Transimit your Pad to the Radio and play with the Frequencies on the Radio so you add stutter, noise and stuff from the not quite right Frequency to your Padtrack and record this again. Very nice....

01-Aug-13 03:34 PM


Svensyntetics    Said...

Would it be possible to make a walk arround Dave Spiers Synth Collection? It would be great if you can a show out of it, or how a softwaresynth is developed (long term project)... And Mark Tinely i still listen to the Coverversion of Soul Kitch on Adamskis Musical Pharamarcy... i like your crtedits on the Adamski Records as Sampling Champion of the Universe...why is that? Is or was sampling your passion?

01-Aug-13 03:41 PM


Leslie    Said...

Fantastic show (as usual), but can you, at least let us know when and if Sonic Touch will happen please...

Kind regards

02-Aug-13 03:00 AM


Leslie    Said...

Sorry, Just read your comment in regards to Sonic Touch from the previous podcast, where you have explained the reasons why Sonic Touch is not on at the moment. Humble apologies ;) Kind regards,

02-Aug-13 03:12 AM


Derek    Said...

Thanks for fielding my questions, guys. :) A better way of phrasing it (Mark!) would be: "Why is a brand new Mackie 1402-VLZ3 $400 and a new 1U rackmount Rane SM82S $550?"

Non-boutique 1U rackmount line mixers seem to have died off. I blame the profusion of audio interfaces. I'll never use all those mic preamps though, hence the question. :) Cheers!

02-Aug-13 07:22 AM


   Said...

A Dave Spiers synth tour would be brilliant! Check out the GForce YouTube channel for a few "synth spotlight" close-ups: 800DV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-LGtdvLyhU EVS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNQfzF2LvSs Minimoog: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Rna56oIXOg Optigan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO8PRTcfO6E Odyssey: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsUn8t9_f9Q OSCar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzWcOgKp99k

02-Aug-13 07:24 AM


svensyntetics    Said...

thank you Unknown for the youtube links to the Gforce Youtube channel... :-)

02-Aug-13 08:30 AM


hui    Said...

Bad mp3 link, Nick.

02-Aug-13 10:53 PM


Derek    Said...

By the way, for anyone looking for an easy way to run an Emagic Unitor8/AMT8 MIDI interface in OS X 10.7 and above, here's a free control panel:

http://www.potm.org/software/Unitor/index.html

Apparently both are configured via sysex messages. Yay for standards, uhh, kind of.

03-Aug-13 04:49 PM


Dan A.    Said...

I have a Roland M-480 Line Mixer - inputs for 24 stereo pairs. Great for stacks of modules. I paid $300 for it about 5 years ago.

For midi routing I have two Kawai MAV-8s. Nice and simple 4 In / 8 Out midi patchbays.

04-Aug-13 10:03 AM


Matt_C    Said...

My sound design trick - go around recording a couple of minutes of ambient noise using a portable recorder (I use a Zoom H4, but anything would probably work) then normalise that sound, and time-stretch the heck out of it. Either lengthen or shorten it, but to an extreme degree. You can get some really weird noises out of that.

I'd be really interested to see the video Dave was talking about with Jem Godfrey playing Peter Gabriel samples via D-Beam - just had a look on YouTube but couldn't find it.

Thanks for another fun show.

05-Aug-13 09:54 AM


Fatdust    Said...

lately im using autosave and step sequence automation on Maschine. you can edit again and again countless numbers of parameters much easier than parameter lock on Electron sequencers. Good for tweaks and effects freaks. different story is with mine mooger foogers (ring modulator and freq box). Nasty ones. whatever you plug in there is something impossible coming out. i had to make loads of patch cables cos i hooked them up with slim phatty and dark time (doepfer sequencer). fun is about to start when you start playing with CVs and all other stuff on the back side. Its never like : i want to do this. But its great to finding new thing and inspirations this way. Its mad

05-Aug-13 01:08 PM


@syzygy    Said...

My sound design trick is simply to strip a separate copy of the audio from any video I make, in case I'm reminded of the scene at a particular moment when I'm creating.. I can then quickly get access to a reasonable sized file to crop and chop as I like.

james H (surely everybody needs to make at least one home-made instrument in their life... not sure what mine will be!)

06-Aug-13 09:06 AM


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