RIP Malcolm Cecil

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#1 RIP Malcolm Cecil

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Wow .. talk about pedigree. I never knew !
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Me neither. Pretty impressive stuff. I'll have a glass of wine in his honour!
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Yeah, he worked with loads of folk over the years.

Here's a good video explaining TONTO and how they created it.

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Inspired by this thread, I found the original 1971 album, T.O.N.T.O’s Expanding Head Band, ‘Zero Time’ available on Qobuz. Very much like it albeit it clearly is constructed to demonstrate what a synth can do. Nevertheless, very enjoyable and a must for those into early Tangerine Dream, Fripp & Eno, Jean Michel Jarre and Wendy Carlos.
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