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Os 452 - Edgar Froese - Macula Transfer (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Notes: Edgar Froese's third solo album, Macula Transfer (the title referring to the sun spots), was recorded just before Tangerine Dream's Stratosfear in summer by Edgar Froese just on his own using an old 4-track Ampex tape machine that Tangerine Dream had bought from Abbey Road Studios. According to Edgar Froese, there were some differences at the time in TD dynamics and Edgar Froese.
  2. The dynamics and relative volume of the tracks are significantly different from the LP, with the last three tracks (side 2 on the LP) presented on this CD at a very low volume, wasting the limited resolution of the format. I would recommend a clean copy of the LP over this CD or Edgar's re-recorded version/5(10).
  3. Edgar Froese- Macula Transfer () has shown me why. Even though Mr. Froese was and would be a notable figure in the electronic music fields, he tended to get stuck in his magnificent skills once he had to carry the whole burden not only of the machines he loved but of all the music structures.
  4. EDGAR FROESE Macula Transfer music review by Progfan Anyways, Macula Transfer was his third solo album, and the theme was on flight. Each song title is actually an airline flight number. OS reminds me a whole lot of Manuel Gottsching's Inventions for Electric Guitar had Mellotron been added on. It's as if Froese got a hold of.
  5. Filename C:\Documents and Settings\Alan McLean\Desktop\Edgar Froese - Macula Transfer\01 - os wav Pre-gap length Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC 66D2EA65 Copy CRC 66D2EA65 Copy OK Track 2 Filename C:\Documents and Settings\Alan McLean\Desktop\Edgar Froese - Macula Transfer\02 - af wav Pre-gap length
  6. Sep 17,  · referencing Macula Transfer, LP, Album, A decidedly unusual record from a decidedly different creative mind. Too bad EF remixed many of /5().
  7. Nov 21,  · UK record label Voiceprint sold the publishing rights to Manikin, but they should have offered the rights to Edgar Froese first. He insisted on his rights, and so the CD was withdrawn from sale almost immediately after it's release/5(23).
  8. The dynamics and relative volume of the tracks are significantly different from the LP, with the last three tracks (side 2 on the LP) presented on this CD at a very low volume, wasting the limited resolution of the format. I would recommend a clean copy of the LP over this CD or Edgar's re-recorded version.

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