Podcast: SONIC TALK 207 - Kanyne West

Autotuned dog, MC-20, Hippocampus milkshake, dying drives      17/02/11

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108:7 mins

Guests:
    Rich Hilton -  from camp Chic where he mans the controls for Nile Rodgers' private studio. 
    Dave Spiers - GforceSoftware.com
   Gaz Williams - SongSurgeon.co.uk
   Mark Tinley - Likebeing.com
   PJ Tracy - PJTracyMusic.com

Nice to hear from long time panel members PJ and Mark this week, we discuss the thorny issue of networked home audio, the beautiful MC-20 MS-20 iPad hybrid from Mario at Synth-Project, then Mishka the autotuned superstar Husky, the terrifying sound of hard drives dying brings things into focus.

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