Podcast: Sonic TALK089 - Deep Thinking and Light Compression

US Sir Ken Robinson, Korg Nano, LIMS and more      19/06/08

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50:58 mins

SONIC TALK 089 - Back after the London International Music Show in Docklands our panel is back to the old gang as Rich Hilton comes home after gigs in Europe with Chic, and a spell in Santa Monica with Bob Clearmountain. Also back after an extensive studio remodeling break is PJ Tracy from Minneapolis. Mark Tinley sound artist and synth programmer/engineer negotiates with a stroppy 3 year-old to get some quality podcast time, and finally Dave Spiers from GForce Software takes time out to participate. This week we talk of creativity, inspiration and divergent thinking thanks to Sir Ken Robinson - who I saw speak at the LIMS show on education day, then we put Rich Hilton on the spot with a legacy question from Dan Austin who wants to know whats the difference between Peak Limiting and Compression and how do you use it? Then the Korg Nano series controllers and we're done. Note: No Sonic TALK for the next two weeks, but we will try and get the Sir Ken Robinson talk online Remember... Do Call Us We’ve set up a Skype account for people to leave comments (which may be played on subsequent episodes) or requests to be considered for a part on the show. You can contact using the Skype handle 'sonictalk' or if you want to use the phone, our number in the US is:

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