Podcast: Sonic TALK 466 - Imaginary Touch and Chin Trill

US DM12 Augmented reality, Positive Grid, Synth Fest, Kraftwerk sold out and Pallette Gear      05/10/16

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78:28 mins

Guests
Gaz Williams - Music technologist, bass player and producer
Rich Hilton - Nile Rodgers' studio guy, Chic keyboards
Dave Spiers - Gforce Software, synth expert

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We start with the sad news that Kraftwerk sold out their gig in our local concert hall before we could get tickets, then Pallette Gear modular controllers, Behringer's Augmented Reality Hololens DM12 interface, Positve Grid Tone Match distortion, the art of randomisation and the Sound Particles audio rendering application, and finally Gaz and Dave give their impressions of Synth Fest. And finally a tribute to the great Rod Temperton from Dave.

Where to Watch/Listen - We now stream the live show to Youtube Live as well as atSonicstate.com/liveevery Weds at 4pm UK time - please do join in. You can also download the audio version from iTunes

 


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