Podcast: Sonic TALK 638 - Clever Like Trevor

US Prophet 5 rev 4, iZotope Neoverb, Roland TR6s, TR-06      08/10/20

Guests

  • Gaz Williams - Producer, bassplayer, music technologist
  • Ty Unwin- media composer, producer, orchestrator
  • Dave Spiers-synthexpert, GForceSoftware.com

 

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00:00 Intro
10:07 Sequential Prophet 5 rev 4Freeze Machines from Sonicstate
28:30 iZotope Neoverb
43:29 Hainbach looks at the Suiko ST 50
48:19 Roland TR-6S TR-06
52:30 Songwriter Cards
01:03:10 Wrap and goodbyes

Where to Watch/Listen - We now stream the live show to Youtube LiveFacebook Live as well as at Sonicstate.com/live every Weds at 4pm UK time- please do join in.
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