Podcast: Sonic TALK154 - Kicks, Feet and Krautrock Doc

US Motu UltraLite Mk3, overused technology and more      19/11/09

Download MP3 Audio | Subscribe to Podcasts
65:44 mins

Everyone is dropping like flies, lots of nasty illnesses about this week, so our best wishes go out to GForce Chris, Noneric and any others who are suffering. However our hardy participants this week are Rich Hilton -prestigious producer, engineer and player from camp Rodgers, Emmy winning composer from Minneapolis PJ Tracy, and the intrepid instrument maker from GForce Software Dave Spiers.

To kick things off, we get the inside scoop on how the Andromeda Space Rockers were named, then we're into topics proper with the brilliant video feature from Rockeboom on the Autotune meme featuring Wierd Al Yankovic, the recently announced MOTU Ultralite MK3 - with both USB and Firewire gets a mention, followed by the search for the perfect Kick drum. We remain downstairs with the use of feet in music and controllers, then the final topic is reserved for the brilliant BBC4 Documentary on Krautrock, from the same team who brought you Synth Britannia.

Show Sponsor
Yamaha.co.uk - check out their podcast and newsletter

Please do come and join us LIVE each week as we stream our live recording from Sonicstate.com/Live Every Wednesday at 4pm UK time.


Remember... Join Us Live!

Every Wednesday at 4pm UK time we record and stream live with a chat room for you to get involved in. So head over to Sonicstate.com/LIVE and check it out.   Or 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. 


Skype: sonictalk
 US Tel: (312) 376-8089
 Intl: 001 312 376-8089

 UK:  020 3287 5331

Sonic Talk Social

Even more news...


Want Our Newsletter?


And more

5 Firmware Updates that Totally Changed the Game 

Revisions that turned synths into brand new machines

Play V-collection sounds in standalone

Sega sound for now

Computer Music Chronicles: The Amiga as a Guitar Pedal 

Older Music Machines & the People Who Still Use Them

Aodyo Loom

Hey there, we use Cookies to customize your experience on Sonicstate.com