Podcast: SONIC TALK 212 - I'd Buy It For Real Money

US Moog Tribute, Vermona MKII, Oscillosine, MATI Vision      24/03/11

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67:33 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

 

This week sees the release of the new Moog Tribute instrument from Spectrasonics - with contributions from some of the giants in playing, programming and sound design  including our own Dave Spiers - go Dave! A new synth from Vermona and the beautifull Hollow Sun Oscillosine Kontakt instrument. Finally, the immersive gig experience from steerable cameras for live gigs - is it the future?

 


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