DIY Volume I: Signal Intercept

by glacial23

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    An original copy of the Signal Intercept C30 cassette, lovingly duplicated by Ryan Kuehn of Everyone Else Has a Record Label, So Why Can't I?.

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Originally released in conjunction with Everyone Else Has a Record Label, So Why Can't I?, GLAC-18 was produced entirely with gear that I had either built, repaired or modified. Sessions started in the summer of 2008, in part while I was attending fluxmonkey's Electronoize Playshop. The primary instrument used in most of the album was my MFOS Sound Lab, which I had completed that summer.

Recording was done entirely on my Yamaha MT-50 4-track, which I had repaired several years ago (a jumper had rusted through). The other piece of repaired gear used was my venerable Realistic MG-1 (broken resonance slider was replaced).

This new digital edition has extended versions of several tracks (which actually works out to more material than the cassette), including the full 22-minute version of Signal Intercept.

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released August 7, 2009

Sam Harmon - Synths, noisemakers, circuit-bent Tibetan Buddhist Jukebox

Original cassette produced in conjunction with Everyone Else Has a Record Label, So Why Can't I? (thursday-club.net)

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glacial23 Cleveland, Ohio

Various kinds of electronic music from Northeast Ohio. Often made with self-built instruments.

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