Podcast: Sonic TALK 790 - Elyra Keytar, Cherry CR-78

US Digital vs Digital debate      22/02/24

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64:29 mins


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00:00:15 SHOW START
00:02:08 AD: SonicState Patreon
00:03:07 Win a K.O. II with us
00:03:42 EMOM March 1st
00:15:03 Discrete Keytar: Elyra
00:25:42 AD: N.I. Guitar Rig Pro 7
00:26:36 CR-78 Cherry Audio
00:39:37 AD: iZotope RX10
00:42:11 Whats the difference Digital VST/vs Digital Oscillators? (from BeekBoo via Patreon)

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