Various - Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - January 1985 album flac
Title: Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - January 1985
Style: Rhythmic Noise, Ambient, Berlin-School
MP3 album: 1543 mb
FLAC album: 1966 mb
Other formats: VOC ADX AU AA MOD AUD WMA
Genre: Electronic / Not albums
Show Descriptions On. Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music - January 1985. International Computer Conference, news, views, chart. Electronic album focus on: Cabs, .
Free cassette with January 1985 issue of UK's Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music Magazine. Cassette shows: 1984 Cover Publications Limited on Side B of the cassette.
London, UK. 1985 is a platform for forward thinking electronic music basing it's roots in 170, 85 BPM and beyond. Or browse results titled : by. See all results.
Electronic music encompasses a great variety of methods and styles, though it is all produced through electronic technology. Starting in the late 1920s, early electronic music was produced on the Theremin, the Ondes Martenot, and other instruments that produced tones that could be raised or lowered through physical means. Wire and tape recording in the 1940s and '50s permitted the development of musique concrète, which involved altering acoustic sounds and rearranging them in recorded form as musical ideas.
Best audio interfaces. Best electronic drum kits. Best electric guitars. To watch the full videos, grab your print or digital copy of Computer Music 249, and watch the first half of each vid on CM’s YouTube channel. 3 free mixing plugins: audified invalve effects.
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|A1||–Ambient Corporation||Miracle Mix|
|A2||–No Artist||Casio CZ101 - Digital Dynamite|
|A3||–No Artist||Demos: Yrx, Trilogy|
|A4||–Steve Marshall||River Journeys|
|A5||–No Artist||Drumcheck: Paragon & Klone|
|A6||–Jim Betteridge||Ax Attack|
|A7||–Paul Wiffen||The Groove|
|B1||–Tangerine Dream||No-man's Land|
|B2||–No Artist||TR707 Drum Machine|
|B3||–Colin Farley||Night Of A Thousand Dreams|
|B4||–No Artist||Island Logic Beebtunes|
|B5||–No Artist||Demo: Train Of Events|
|B6||–No Artist||Emu... Two!|
NotesFree cassette with January 1985 issue of UK's Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music Magazine.
Cassette shows: 1984 Cover Publications Limited on Side B of the cassette.