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Richard Hilton Chic bandmember and Nile Rodger’s studio guy
Nick Batt - editor Sonicstate.com
Just a duo this week, and my guest Rich Hilton is up to the challenge. We cover a prototype Vocaloid keyboard from Yamaha, a robot string quintet - both topics thanks to Asiohead in the chat room, the compulsive Dinahmoe Plink in-browser musical jam, then finally we head off to discuss keyboard stands and other furniture.
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Nice show....worked just as well with one guest. I would like to comment on the theme tune as Nick mentioned it. The choir theme does grow on you and I don't mind it so much now. It was well composed and the use of the East West software was excellently implemented by Kent. By only gripe is that the East WEst choir instrument is a bit long in the tooth now and I always felt sonicstate was a current happening website reflecting modern trends in music technology....ie/ giving us the latest news/products etc.....that is why i would like the theme tune to reflect this sentiment, as it is more in tune with the website's philosophy.
10-May-12 11:37 AM
Maybe we need a competition based around making a track with 'Iris'?
10-May-12 01:20 PM
Talking about Keyboard stands: What was that stand the keyboarder of Howard Jones was using with the 2 Launchpads?
13-May-12 10:56 AM
From soft and subtle to insanely brutal this osc can provide the lot