Podcast: SONIC TALK 256 -How Do You Like Your Eggs?

US Fract OSC, Ok Go, mAutoVolume, Eno's broken synths      22/02/12

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76:58 mins

Guests:
Rich Hilton  - From Nile Rodger’s private studio
Gaz Williams - producer, engineer and musician
PJ Tracy - EMMY Winning composer
Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker.
Nick Batt - editor, Sonicstate.com

This week, the third show from our new studio and we have a fullsome crew, firstly Gaz and PJ compare notes on their sE Electronics Egg monitors, then we take a look at the Fract OSC synthesizer based game, we ponder how Ok Go may have done it. How do you automate? Sparked by mAutovolume from Melda Production. Then Brian Eno’s broken DX-7 triggers a converstation on what to keep and what might be classic.



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