Podcast: SONIC TALK 192 - Dude, Where's My Music Gone?

Archival, limit yourself, Reactable iPad, iZotope RX2, touch      07/10/10

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69:37 mins

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Guests:

    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
   PJ Tracy - PJTracyMusic.com
   Gaz Williams -  Bristol based music producer
   
   

This weeks topics start with with the thorny issue of how do we archive digital media for future generations, then a Chip Tune sparks a discussion about working with limitations and we get to hear some of PJ's music,  the Reactable for iPad, Pod, Phone is here and its only £5.99, the new iZotope RX2 is also announced, with the Galaxy Tab and other multi-touch devices are coming are we heading for a world without mouse/keyboards?


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7 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Koshdukai    Said...

Speaking of "affordable" (?) multi-touch, it would be nice if you could take a look (review?) the Toshiba Libretto W100 as a music tool. I'm very curious to see how it would handle (as a mobile device running full version apps of) Propellerhead Record, with the main mixer and/or sequencer window on the screen below (at your fingertips) and the rack on the upper screen.

Same with Reason and Ableton Live, etc...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrUmRHbtc68

...since we can't have the Töken just yet (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVD_Lvv4UOI), might as well try the other available multi-touch Win7 options :)

07-Oct-10 09:53 AM


Koshdukai    Said...

btw, the jaw dropping iZotope RX™ 2 reminded me of http://photosounder.com/ :)

07-Oct-10 03:20 PM


Marc JX8P    Said...

Hi guys, great show again! Love the iZotope RX comments - seems like an awesome audio tool!

07-Oct-10 06:15 PM


Dan A.    Said...

Along the lines of Chip Tune is Tree Wave, a Dallas based electronic musician using Commordore 64 and Intel 386 computers. Check out Tree Wave - very Stereolab-esque.

http://www.myspace.com/treewave

07-Oct-10 10:08 PM


Dan A.    Said...

Ignore the above comment. What I meant to say was:

Along the lines of Chip Tune is Tree Wave, a Dallas based electronic musician using Commodore 64 and Intel 386 computers. Check out May Banners - very Stereolab-esque.

http://www.myspace.com/treewave

07-Oct-10 10:11 PM


loneraver    Said...

This podcast made me wish I was on there with you. I'm studying film archiving as a master's student and I've had an internship in sound restoration at a film lab.

Archiving large data is a topic we deal with a lot. I wish I could have been there or at least listened live in the chat room. Damn!

08-Oct-10 08:13 AM


Tike    Said...

Woah nelly, how about them aeplps!

25-Oct-12 12:35 AM


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