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Nik Raicevic


Progressive Electronic

2.49 | 6 ratings

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1 stars Really?

When I was around 9 or ten (in 1970), I, as any member of my nuclear family, had the chance and fortune, of having around a "do-it yourself" electronic synthesizer, my Dad built up, (He did this as a hobby, as the passionate electronic-engineer he was by heart ), well, also there were drum-boxes, sound-processors (or effects), pre-amplifiers (fuzz included!), digital clocks, and whatever was sold under this big USA 60-70's "do it yourself" era.

Anyway, we had a perfectly functional moog like synthesizer lying around the sofa, or table or more than once "erased" in the closet . All of us, bros and sis, played the synth, and had tons of fun!

What an amazing and extraordinary music instrument the synthesizers turned out to be. For music in general, not only for prog! And to think that this ¨electronic¨ music-revolution started in 1930 is enlightning .

And by the way, if you wonder how those family sessions would have sounded, if recorded? Without the need of "pharmaceutical" references of course, but we could have named our unreleased project: "Electrified Children of Mexico" (with a photo of a Sonora's desert stallated night), it would have been exactly the same. Moreover, we learned to switch and un-plug, simultaneously, far better than this guy in 1970.

*1 " a limited & poor catalogue to market synths", PA stars

admireArt | 1/5 |


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