Podcast: Sonic TALK122 - Happy Birthday Mark

Mannys to close, Thru-you.com, Spotify and genius      19/03/09

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66:32 mins

SONIC TALK 122 - LIVE.
The panel is bursting with largess this week due to a bumper attendance with a rare but most welcome visit from Dave Robinson of Pro Sound News Europe - fresh from sending the Musik Messe issue to the printers. Our second Dave is in the form of GForce Software's Dave Spiers - with us after shoe-horning the Chamberlin four manual into his bijou workroom, Mark Tinley is here on his BIRTHDAY! Many Happy Returns mate! PJ Tracy is our man in Minneapolis - Emmy winning composer and studio owner, meanwhile, in Connecticut, Rich Hilton joins us before heading into work with Nile Rodgers. First up, we lament the imminent closure of Manny's Music in New York City - a legendary music shop, then it's on to the amazing Kutiman's Youtube video mashups, Spotify.com a new music streaming business model impresses some of us, then we enjoy a great speech on creativity and genius from TED.com. Remember you can follow us on Twitter - the handle sonicnick Remember... Join Us Live!
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