Podcast: SONIC TALK 178 - Earsmack, Old Sodbury

US Earsmack iPad dev interview, Dogs, Numan 7-Up pitch      17/06/10

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70:29 mins

This week we streamed live video - it seems to work and our live viewers went up by double, plus the real-time flash chat is a lot more real-time under 10secs for many, so I think we'll stick with that one.

If you want to watch that in full it is available on USTREAM here, although, be warned its just me with a mic in front of my face for an hour or so...

We also have a first-timer in the form of Joe Zobwik - developer of iPad app ChipTune - which you can see in action on the Korg Monotron review I recently posted. Also online are the highly experienced and well travelled Rich Hilton - studio engineer for Nile Rodger and Chic bandmember,  Dave Spiers - from GForce Software getting ever closer to the release of the impOSCar 2, Mark Tinley too  - sound artist, creative thinker and motor cyclist.

Firstly I have a chat with Joe from Earsmack.com about the iPad app development process, then we move on to this weeks topics - firstly - that dream when you have no trousers on - after a worrying live sound gig this weekend I probe the panel for their own nightmare scenarios. Then the Laurie Anderson Music For Dogs in Sydney Australia, Gary Numan's pitch for 7-UP and finally the Sonic Charge Patternarium.

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