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Accuface - "Hightechflash", "Sundown" & "Spize" - 21 Minutes Megamix (Remastered Rare 1996 Maxi-CD)

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    Remaster of the 3-Track 21 minutes long Megamix-Maxi-CD monster "Hightechflash" from 1996.

    Caution: it's pure oldschool rave hardtrance in 165 BPM!!! ;)

    Equipment used for writing, producing, mixing and recording these tracks in April, 1996 (no Digital Audio Workstation at that time, only external machines!):

    Computer: Atari STF 1040 (1 MB Ram, 2 x 16 MIDI Outs, monochrome (black and white) Monitor SM 124 )
    Software: Cubase 1.5 (of course no audio; only MIDI sequencing)

    Sound machines:
    - Ensoniq ASR 10 (16 MB RAM, 16 Bit, 44, 1 kHz stereo sampler)
    - Yamaha SY 85 (digital synthesizer)
    - Yamaha TG 500 (digital synthesizer)
    - Roland D 50 (digital dynthesizer; only used for the intro "jet-sound" on "Hightechflash")
    - Juno 106 ( pure analog synthesizer; used in the wicked pitch-bend part in "Hightechflash"
    starting at minute 1:40)
    - Moog Rogue (pure analog synthesizer)
    - Korg Poly 800 (pure analog synthesizer)
    - Roland TR 909 (drummachine; used for snares and hihats in "Hightechflash")

    - Yamaha VL-71(Digital Synthesizer, one of the first virtual "Physical Modelling" machines; only used in "Hightechflash": it plays the additional 16th-bassline layer - although this machine was actually made for emulating brass instruments it had some very impressive and "lively" bass sounds... it is really rare nowadays)

    - Kawai RV4
    - Internal effects of the digital synths and samples (the ASR 10 Sampler had a brilliant sounding internal reverb that could be used for external sounds as well).

    Mackie 8-Bus (32 Channels) Analog Console

    Sony DAT (Digital Audio Tape)

    The mixing transitions (no pitching or stretching!) of the megamix were made with an Apple Mac Hard Disc Recording Computer (can't remember the exact model).

    Released by: Tunnel Records
    Release date: Jun 1, 1996


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