Podcast: SONIC TALK 261 -Fearsome Thereminist

Missing Credits, Ultravox, Bendy screens, Saurus      12/04/12

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56:54 mins

Dave Spiers - GForce Software
Rich Hilton - from Nile Rodger’s studio and Chic band member
Nick Batt - editor Sonicstate.com


Apologies for being a little rusty at the controls - my holiday was successful from that point of view! This week we get an in-studio visit from Dave Spiers and a remote one from Rich Hilton. First up we lament the lack of credits on digital media, then the new album from Ultravox, then its the new bendable AMOLED displays from Samsung, the Tone2 Saurus software synth, plus a quick browse of the NetworkAwesome.com electronic music week collection.


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