Podcast: Sonic TALK 422 - 8-bit and Hartmann's New Synth
Room correction systems and Korg Liverpool
- sound artist and creative thinker Mark Tinley
- producer and music technologist Gaz Williams
Ty Unwin - composer and synth hoarder
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We enjoy 8-bit Guy's history of early game and computer sound generation, the panel all use some sort of room correction, we explore their effectiveness, the Axel Hartmann new synth tease, Edd Sheeran first song to reach 500 million streams and the Korg Liverpool.
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8:19 Chiptune history
24:44 Room correction "teaser"
27:46 Room correction
50:53 Axel Hartmann monster synth
59:36 Ed Sheeran's spotify - reach of online music
1:05:52 Space station water
1:06:36 Korg Liverpool
Thanks to Marc the Darc for the notes and timings
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