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Schaltkreis Wassermann

Schaltkreis Wassermann

Schaltkreis Wassermann


Schaltkreis Wassermann was a pioneer group of electronic music. Founded in 1979 by Stella & PJ Wassermann (who still work together on several projects) Schaltkreis Wassermann featured a minimalistic approach that was dictated by the available means: • an ARP 2600 Synthesizer, • an ARP Avatar guitar synthesizer • a Roland 100M modular synthesizer • and a Sequential Circuits Prophet V synthesizer, all kept together by the Roland MicroComposer Read more on Last.fm
Schaltkreis Wassermann was a pioneer group of electronic music. Founded in 1979 by Stella & PJ Wassermann (who still work together on several projects) Schaltkreis Wassermann featured a minimalistic approach that was dictated by the available means: • an ARP 2600 Synthesizer, • an ARP Avatar guitar synthesizer • a Roland 100M modular synthesizer • and a Sequential Circuits Prophet V synthesizer, all kept together by the Roland MicroComposer MC4 that was capable of playing four simultaneous monophonic synths but that was extremely complicated to program. Tape recording was done with a TEAC 4-track and later with an Otari 8-track tape machine. It was a great and very psychedelic time. Stella & PJ spent days, weeks and months in their studio exploring sound and consciousness resulting in PSYCHOTRON a ground breaking album in 1982 showcasing a lot of what was to become mainstream in electronic music and then some. PSYCHOTRON was sold all over the world as a vinyl album and made it to number 7 of the British synthesizer charts in Melody Maker, in the company of Kraftwerk, Klaus Schulze and Tomita. Read more on Last.fm.

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