Podcast: Sonic TALK 385 Dangling Coupons + Cubase Pro 8

US Starter vintage synth, Black Friday, analog drum sounds, the golden age of analog?      04/12/14

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We start with a discussion on a good starter vintage synth, thanks to Attack Magazine, then confession time - what did the panel buy on Black Friday, Cubase 8 new features and exciting upgrades, Wave Alchemy's free drum sounds made on an MS20 mini, the golden age of synthesizers - now or when?

10 best First Vintage Synths - Attack magazine
Analog Drum Sounds - from Wave Alchemy
Cubase Pro 8
Golden Age of Synths - via Reddit

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