Podcast: SONIC TALK 196 - Ba Ba Ba

McGurk effect, Tools 9, The Mouth and Korg's iMS-20      11/11/10

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Guests:

    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
   Gaz Williams - Rocket Goldstar
   PJ Tracy - Emmy winning composer
   Mark Tinley - moustached soundartist



The McGurk effect and what it means, Pro Tools 9 goes fully native, Tim Exhile's The Mouth, Korg's iMS-20 ipad synth.



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