Podcast: Sonic Talk 670 - Brutal Techno Mode

US Discussion with Jamie Lidell, Matt Hodson and Dom Hawken      27/05/21

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77:40 mins

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00:00 Intro, hellos and  Beardyman  
13:27 Dan Larsson Production tips videoFreeze Machines from Sonicstate
24:05 iZotope Producer Club and discount Code SONIC10
26:04 synth4ever Korg Trident Video
36:34 Modal Cobalt 8 http://bit.ly/get_modal
37:34 SOLARIS AI Vocalist (British singer)
49:57 Matt's Video link: https://youtu.be/gHA0PkYhanA
51:37 The influence of Japanese Music technology
1:02:23 Panelists current faves:
Dom Expert Sleepers Crossfade Loop Synth
https://www.expert-sleepers.co.uk/xfadelooper.html
Matt - mixing in modular
Jamie: Sanken C0-100k
1:12:43 Wrap and goodbyes

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