Podcast: Sonic TALK - 032 - NAMM, KLF, Prince stories

Superbowl ads, Vista and audio, Amen drum break and rumours      08/02/07

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36:47 mins

This week the team are all back together in one great big lump of pro-audio love - as the song goes "Re-united and it feels so good...." Perhaps I'm being a little over-enthusiastic here, but seriously, its been a while since we all got together and as a result this weeks episode features even more gossip than usual, with contributions from Richard Evans (prolific TV composer and signed up member of the Peter Gabriel band), Mark Tinley - Duran Durans main man and sound artist, John Musgrave producer and engineer with tons of experience in the front line of pro studio work, Non Eric - the sage from Berlin who also runs his own German language podcasting site and more, and last but not least Dave Spiers from GForce plug-ins, fresh from the heady success of NAMM where they not only introduced the Virtual String Machine, but also UB versions of pretty much all their range too. Topics include - NAMM stragglers and stuff that didnt get a mention, the history of the Amen drum break, The KLF - a great source of myths and stories, those Superbowl ads, Prince and a few more tales from the road, Vista - it's here! But what does it mean? Oh, and can we have our own plane to go to trade shows and more private jet type talk. Finally Digidesign's new Structure sampler plug-in for ProTools. Remember... Do Call Us We’ve set up a Skype account for people to leave comments (which may be played on subsequent episodes) or requests to be considered for a part on the show. You can contact using the Skype handle 'sonictalk' or if you want to use the phone, our number in the US is:

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