Podcast: Sonic TALK 539 - Frankensteining

US VCVRack Filters, new MIDI controllers, NI TRK01      05/07/18

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67:42 mins

Guests

A new guest in Matthew Hodson joins Yoad Nevo and Jamie Lidell on the panel this week we talk VCV Rack filter simulations, new MIDI controllers from Arturia (Keylab MK2) and Nektar (T4 and T6) and Native Instruments TRK-01 kick and bass Reaktor ensemble

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Vocals, Evolved - VocalSynth 2 is an immersive vocal experience that adapts and evolves with your unique style and opens up a world of vocal possibilities.

 

Please check out our new Freeze Machines Racks for Ableton Live - lush, atmospheric frozen reverb textures:

Freeze Machines from Sonicstate

Notes thanks to Marc the Darc

 

 

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