Podcast: Sonic TALK 332 - Reiki Mix Master

432 or 440, Maschine Studio, iTunes Festival, underrated synths      02/10/13

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78:35 mins

Guests

  • Rich Hilton - member of Chic and Nile Rodger's studio engineer
  • Gaz Williams - professional bass player and music technologist
  • Dave Spiers - GForce Software - makers of fine musical instruments
  • Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker
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Apologies for not announcing the winner of the RX3 competition this week - next week for sure!

Our third week of HD Sonic TALK and this time we attempt four remote guests - somewhat successfully I might add! We start with talk about the article over at ProSoundWeb.com by Bobby Owsinski on the origins of 440Hz as a tuning standard, then we're on to the recent iTunes Festival at the Roundhouse in London, Maschine Studio from NI, and the top ten Most Underrated Synths from Attackmagazine.com.
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