TECHNICIAN - Low Budget, Vol.1, Original Music CD Album c1987, 2014 JCM Digital Imaging JCMDI.COM




Technician album: Low Budget (Vol.1)
Release date: December, 2014 (CDBABY.COM)
Number of tracks: 19 [Total Playing time 63:47]

Content:
Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...01 [1:30] Korg Sequence 1
A simple sequence programmed into the Korg Poly800's built-in mini sequencer. (Composed 1984)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...02 [1:26] Simulated Guitar
A synth tune composed on the Casio CZ101 (Composed Fall 1985)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...03 [5:10] Dance to my Beat
A funky dance-ish tune performed by Technician and G-Beat Master using a variety of basic equipment (Composed Spring 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...04 [5:29] Guitar Works
A mellow tune using acoustic guitar, Korg Poly800, Roland TR505 rhythm Composer, various effects, and Fostex 4-track cassette recorder (Composed Summer 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...05 [2:22] Guitar Experiment
Sequenced tune using Korg Poly800, Casio CZ101, Roland TR505 rhythm Composer, various effects (Composed Summer 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...06 [2:39] Patterns
Sequenced patterns using the Roland TR505 rhythm Composer as a MIDI sequencer to play the Korg Poly800 (Composed Winter 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...07 [0:53] 1984 Was a Good Year
Ad-lib piece strongly inspired popular band (Composed Winter 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...08 [2:52] Bear Canyon
A tune named after many a night spent camping in Bear Canyon (Composed Winter 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...09 [1:40] Black and White (Interlude)
Improvisations played along with a rather interesting sequence and echo. (Composed Winter 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...10 [2:30] Black and White (Latin Ver.)
Trying to a good groove going. I thought a more choppy beat worked best for this sequence. (Composed Winter 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...11 [8:03] Black and White
The finished version, with all 4 Tascam tracks heavily used (Composed Winter 1986)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...12 [4:25] Space Flight
The TR505, Sequencial Circuits Split-8, and even Mattel Synsonic drums were used in this one. Inspired by Gary Numan. (Composed Spring 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...13 [1:33] Sequence 15x
Once again the TR505 was used to sequence the Poly800, and the Mattel Synsonic drums were used again. (Composed Spring 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...14 [1:29] Casio Guitar
A mellow tune. The Korg poly800 was used to sequence itself along with the Casio CZ101. (Composed Spring 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...15 [4:06] Escape (Final Version)
A lot of multi-track work went into this one. The Alesis Xtc digita reverb makes its debut. (Composed Summer 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...16 [3:18] Reflexology
Messin' with the Akai S612 Digital Sampler (Composed Summer 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...17 [2:14] This is a Cut
Lots of samples flying around in this rap-like wanna-be. (Composed Summer 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...18 [4:55] Ah Shut Up!
More improv with the Technician and G-Beat Master duo... (Composed Summer 1987)

Click to see the music video on YouTube if this icon is lit...19 [7:13] The Bender
A more dramatic tune made with the Roland TR505, Akai S612, Alesis Xtc, Casio CZ101 (Composed Summer 1987)

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