Podcast: Sonic TALK 504 - D-50 Labels and 4 Poles

Roland Experience, Subsequent 37,Walter Becker      07/09/17

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64:37 mins

Guests

New guest in the form of experienced producer and songwriter Steve Hillier, we start with the sad news that Walter Becker (of Steely Dan) has passed away, then we talk Moog Subsequent 37, Roland's September Experience and the trailed D-50, PatchCad patchbay labelling system.

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