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thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Mon Jun 08, 2009 12:36 am Keyboard Magazine Soundpages

Keyboard Magazine Soundpages

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Part 1

00:00 - Soundpage 12, 09/85: Jan Hammer: Airport Swap, Golden Triangle
05:58 - Soundpage 13, 10/85: Chick Corea: Marimbala, Ginkakuji
11:48 - Soundpage 15, 12/85: Dave Stewart: Henry and James
15:58 - Soundpage 16, 01/86: Alan Howarth: Songs from the Inner Ear
18:31 - Soundpage 16, 01/86: Herbie Hancock: Erik's Brick Wall
20:36 - Soundpage 18, 03/86: Jean-Michel Jarre: Moon Machine
23:35 - Soundpage 20, 05/86: Ralph Grierson: Sometimes...Not Always
28:34 - Soundpage 21, 06/86: Porcaro and Bhatia: The Manor March
30:36 - Soundpage 22, 07/86: Lyle Mays: Varying Lengths
33:47 - Soundpage 23, 08/86: Larry Fast: Main Theme from Metropolitan Suite
37:56 - Soundpage 23, 09/86: Igor Kipnis: Harpsichord Favorites
- 1. A Gigge: Doctor Bulls my Selfe / John Bull
- 2. Les Baricades Misterieuses / Francois Couperin
- 3. 3 Arias / Bernardo Pasquini


Part 2

00:00 - Soundpage 24, 10/86: Jim Cox: Shenandoah
03:54 - Soundpage 25, 11/86: Wendy Carlos: Beauty in the Beast, Secrets of Synthesis
07:35 - Soundpage 27, 12/86: T Lavitz: Between Coming and Going, Circus at the Bijou (Jeff Berlin: Bass)
11:21 - Soundpage 28, 01/87: Stephen Scott: Rainbows Part 1
12:49 - Soundpage 28, 01/87: Wayne Horvitz: 3 Questions
13:57 - Soundpage 28, 01/87: Carl Stone: Shibucho
15:01 - Soundpage 28, 01/87: Controlled Bleeding: Break / Curd
15:53 - Soundpage 29, 02/87: Frank Zappa: Black Page No. 1
17:55 - Soundpage 30, 03/87: Guy Babylon: Babylon Bleu
22:55 - Soundpage 31, 04/87: Philip Glass: Dance II (Performed by Michael Riesman)
27:22 - Soundpage 32, 05/87: Tom Coster: Boogaloo Strutt (Steve Smith: Drums)
32:20 - Soundpage 33, 06/87: Jan Hammer: Shadows in the Dark
37:04 - Soundpage 34, 07/87: Sergey Kuryokhin: Introduction to Pop Mechanics
42:35 - Soundpage 35, 08/87: Conlon Nancarrow: ¿Tango? (Ursula Oppens: Piano)


Part 3

00:00 - Soundpage 36, 09/87: Banks and Marinelli: Leap Frog
04:56 - Soundpage 37, 10/87: Freff and Liljestrand: Starfish Wars
09:24 - Soundpage 38, 11/87: Roger Powell: Architecture
13:40 - Soundpage 39, 12/87: Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural (Accordian): Hot Tamali Baby
18:15 - Soundpage 40, 01/88: Mike Oldfield: The Wind Chimes Part 2
22:38 - Soundpage 41, 02/88: David Frank: Synth Bass Lines
- 1. Rhythm and Romance
- 2. Don't Disturb This Groove (with Mic Murphy)
- 3. You're In My Sytstem (with Mic Murphy)
26:17 - Soundpage 42, 03/88: Edmund Eagen: Aqua
28:53 - Soundpage 42, 03/88: Ernst Horn: Einselhaft
31:14 - Soundpage 43, 04/88: Bob James: Vivo No. 385 in F Major by Scarlatti
34:50 - Soundpage 44, 05/88: Jill Frasier: Commercials and Art Music
- 1. Why Should We Believe You
- 2. Garage Sale
- 3. Air


Part 4

00:00 - Soundpage 45, 06/88: Terry Fryer: A Sampling Primer
04:55 - Soundpage 46, 07/88: Patrick Leonard: Improv 2 10/15/87, Farewell Fancy Pastin
09:54 - Soundpage 47, 08/88: Susan Ciani: Adagio
11:48 - Soundpage 47, 08/88: Marian McPartland: In Retrospect
12:57 - Soundpage 47, 08/88: Terry Riley: Hammer and Strings Part 1
14:50 - Soundpage 48, 09/88: Patrick O'Hearn: Malone's Jump, China Lake
19:48 - Soundpage 49, 10/88: T Lavitz And The Bad Habitz: Young Circle
24:02 - Soundpage 50, 11/88: Nicholas Slonimsky: Objets Trouves in a Dodecaphonic Environment, Two Advertising Songs
28:31 - Soundpage 51, 12/88: John Tesh: In The Hunt, The Match
33:39 - Soundpage 52, 01/89: Chick Corea and Andy Laverne: A.I. Artificial Intelligence


Part 5 (Backsides and Demos)

00:00 - Soundpage 18, 03/86: Introduction to Kurzweil 250
04:28 - Soundpage 20, 05/86: Kurzweil 250: Rock Block
08:17 - Soundpage 21, 06/86: [Ibanez] SDR1000 Reverb Demo
12:42 - Soundpage 22, 07/86: Kurzweil Rocks
17:07 - Soundpage 24, 10/86: Aphex Systems: Trouble at Madame Dong's
24:07 - Soundpage 29, 02/87: Evatone: Soundpage Demo
27:39 - Soundpage 34, 07/87: Introducing the Kawai K5
32:43 - Soundpage ??, ??/??: Jolly Old St. Nicholas (arr. Dave Wolpe)
35:31 - Soundpage ??, ??/??: Deck the Halls - And all that Jazz (arr. Frank Comstock)
38:10 - Soundpage ??, ??/87: Korg Concert Series Pianos Demo
46:54 - Soundpage ??, ??/87: Korg Demo by Don Muro
- 1. Deidre
- 2. Derek


Part 6 (includes some Backsides and Demos)

00:00 - Soundpage 53, 02/89: Raymond Scott's Electronium
- 1. Twilight in Turkey
- 2. In the Hall of the Mountain Queen
- 3. The Pygmy Taxi Corporation
05:03 - Soundpage 54, 03/89: Charles H. Butler: Quatro
08:44 - Soundpage 55, 02/90: R.U. Kru: Bad Jazz
11:27 - Soundpage 55, 02/90: Brian Kelly: Todd Pond
13:46 - Soundpage 56, ??/90: Chick Corea: Catapult
17:54 - Soundpage 57, 05/92: Rick Richards (a.k.a. SimItar): Aliens Among Us
21:49 - Soundpage 51, 12/88: Korg M1 Music Workstation Sequence by Don Muro
26:09 - Soundpage 55, 02/90: Korg T1 Series Internal Demo by Don Muro
31:16 - Soundpage ??, ??/90: Korg M1 Super Sequence Competition Winners
- 1. Grand Prize: James Dean Thomas: Pop Goes the Weasel (M1)
- 2. 2nd: Chris Parks: Freakhead (M1EX + Synth)
- 3. 3rd: Luciano Quinones: Little Town (M1)
35:41 - Soundpage ??, ??/88: Yamaha G10 MIDI Guitar Controller Side 1
- 1. Voices for TX802
- 2. Voices for TX81Z
41:25 - Soundpage ??, ??/88: Yamaha G10 MIDI Guitar Controller Side 2
- 1. Rock Tune
- 2. Ballad


Brian
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thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Mon Jun 08, 2009 12:37 am

Part 1 Filesize = 58 megs, Bitrate = 192kbps MP3

Part 2 Filesize = 62 megs, Bitrate = 192kbps MP3

Part 3 Filesize = 53 megs, Bitrate = 192kbps MP3

Part 4 Filesize = 52 megs, Bitrate = 192kbps MP3

Part 5 Filesize = 69 megs, Bitrate = 192kbps MP3

Part 6 Filesize = 64 megs, Bitrate = 192kbps MP3
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thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Fri Jun 12, 2009 1:13 pm

If you like these, let me know and I'll post more (there's 5 or 6 parts).
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VicDiesel
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Postby VicDiesel; Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:27 pm

thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:16 pm

Part 2 added.
thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:35 am

Part 3 added.
PaulSC
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Postby PaulSC; Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:53 am

Thanks so much for posting these! Brings back memories.

You don't happen to have the original Yamaha DX7/DX9 advertisement soundsheet that appeared in Keyboard Magazine? I still vaguely remember that containing some of the most beautiful demo music ever.
If you like 80s retro sounds, check out my latest tune…
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Postby Electric Phase; Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:20 pm

Some really great artists in there. Thank you for posting these.
thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:26 pm

I looked through the remaining collections, and I couldn't find anything for the DX7/DX9.
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Postby PaulSC; Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:32 pm

No worries re: the DX7 demo disc, thanks for checking for it!
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Postby tony Smyth; Wed Jun 17, 2009 7:45 am

Thank you for these - this really brought back memories, playing these little floppy discs on a record player!! The Jan Hammer second track is wonderful.I seem to remember he said he played that orientalish bit on an Emulator played through various effects. Sounds good whatever it is.
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Postby VicDiesel; Wed Jun 17, 2009 7:53 am

PaulSC wrote:You don't happen to have the original Yamaha DX7/DX9 advertisement


Didn't one of these flexies have an ad for the Kurzweil 250? That was pretty spectacular at the time.

The issue that had Zappa's Black Page actually reproduced the score, printed on dark green paper that made it impossible to photocopy.

Victor.
thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:30 pm

I checked and I have three Kurzweil Soundpage demos - they will be forthcoming with other "B-Sides" in the near future.

Brian
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Postby VicDiesel; Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:55 pm

thenumber23 wrote:I checked and I have three Kurzweil Soundpage demos - they will be forthcoming with other "B-Sides" in the near future.


Coooool.....

Victor.
thenumber23
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Postby thenumber23; Wed Jun 17, 2009 10:30 pm

Part 4 added.
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