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George Llanes Jr
« on: May 12, 2017, 08:33:33 PM »
George Llanes Jr

Atari ST Computer
Emagic Logic & Cubase (early versions)

Roland S-50

Synths + drum machines
Juno 106
Roland 808

Automation was riding faders and effects live like a DJ and recording to a dat or reel.
Take various passes and edit them if needed.

Biggest Lesson where interning in Sound Works Studio and seeing Shep Pettibone Remix.
Got to here Madonna "Vogue" on Dat.
Timmy Regisford also work in room.
I remember setting up his tannoys. Bass heavy: )