Podcast: SONIC TALK 233 - Fastest Fingers First

11ft iPod Dock, Maschine Mikro, Mashine DVD, Heart Of Glass and more      08/09/11

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82:27 mins

 

Guests:
Rich Hilton - engineer and player in Nile Rodgers' private studio, Chic bandmember 
Dave Spiers - Gforce Software
Gaz Williams - songwriter,  producer, performer 
Nick Batt - editor Sonicstate.com

This week we kick off with the 11ft tall iPod dock from JMJ and explore bad studio purchases, NI Maschine Mikro, Blondie’s Heart Of Glass multitrack hides some interesting secrets, the Edgesounds Drum Mashines DVD, Korgs new microArranger, Android girl band and Vocaloid V3 and all that it means. Plus a nod to the release of Waldorf’s Lector vocoder.



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