Podcast: SONIC TALK 230 - Alan Wilder Has A Good Clearout

Turntablism and the orchestra, flash mob in Copenhagen, stereo recording and more      18/08/11

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64:50 mins

 

Guests:
Gaz Williams - songsurgeon.co.uk 
Dave Spiers - GForceSoftware.com
Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker
Rich Hilton - engineer for Nile Rodgers and paid up member of Chic
PJ Tracy - composer and studio owner
 

A full house this week as we discuss the merits of selling up and when or if you should, DJ Switch and the National Youth Orchestra and the Copenhagen Phil play at the station unannounced which leads to some tales of stereo recording.


Thanks to Macdoctor for the show title

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