Podcast: Sonic TALK 526 - TR-8S, Spinal Tap and Minimalism

US MIDI CI features      08/03/18

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42:0 mins

Guests

  • Ty Unwin - media composer, producer
  • Rich Hilton - Nile Rodgers Studio guy, keyboards for Chic
  • Steve Hillier - producer, songwriter, educator

We catch up with the panels activities, then we're on to the Roland TR-8S, the excellent series with Charles Hazelwood  - Tones, Drones and Arpeggios, Spinal Tap is 34 years old, MIDI adopts new MIDI CI capability.

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Notes:

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