quote: Op dinsdag 11 april 2017 16:11 schreef possetje het volgende:Brian eno, weet niet of hij het bedacht heeft maar iig werd hij er wel beroemd mee, "a prepared piano" dan was er een piano, en tussen de snaren van de piano deed hij dan stukjes hout ( bijv wasknijpers of muntjes ) en dan begon de piano opeens heel weird te klinken!Neko Piano - Prepared Piano Sounds of the Upright Piano
quote:The first guitar amplifiers were relatively low-fidelity, and would often produce distortion when their volume (gain) was increased beyond their design limit or if they sustained minor damage. Around 1945, Western-swing guitarist Junior Barnard began experimenting with a rudimentary humbucker pick-up and a small amplifier to obtain his signature "low-down and dirty" bluesy sound.
quote: Op woensdag 12 april 2017 15:50 schreef Gehenna het volgende:Moondog!
quote: Op woensdag 12 april 2017 15:59 schreef cafca het volgende:[..]Ja. Hij heeft nog meer instrudingesen ontworpen, maar daar kan ik nergens beeldmateriaal van vinden.
quote: Op woensdag 12 april 2017 16:00 schreef cafca het volgende:En deze mag hier ook niet ontbreken :[ afbeelding ]
quote: Op woensdag 12 april 2017 16:04 schreef Gehenna het volgende:[..]Hij had sowieso nog 'The Dragons Teeth' als variatie op de Trimba:[ afbeelding ]
quote:The Nickelodeon story(taken from the official SAILOR biography):By the time the first SAILOR album was finished the complexity of the group sound created a new challenge for SAILOR: How were four musicians going to successfully deliver the sound of about ten instruments on stage without increasing their line-up? (Bear in mind that this was 1974, long before the advent of computer keyboards which can play any sound at the touch of a button.)Within a very short time, in fact possibly as little as a month after the final mix of the SAILOR album, Georg had come up with the solution: a custom-designed all-purpose machine, the constituents of which were two upright pianos, two synthesizers, mini organs and glockenspiels all mechanically linked and contained within a wooden frame also designed by Georg.Construction work took place above a pub, appropriately in one of the seedier parts of London.Henry: "I remember standing next to Georg handing him hammers, nails, glue, sandwiches and anything else required, as he set about his creation like a man possessed! After the final staining of the wood which made it resemble some strange piece of antique furniture, I recall standing back, looking at it and thinking: 'He actually expects us to play the bloody thing?'"The basic keyboards were back to back, enabling Phil and Henry to face each other when playing, and also to talk to each other when bored. Phil played what was referred to as the bass side, Henry the treble side, and so the Nickelodeon was born.
quote:The Quad GuitarAs well as the Double Guitar, Michael Angelo also invented and designed the Quad Guitar. The guitar was originally built in conjunction with Gibson, and built by Wayne Charvel in California. The top two guitars have seven strings, while the bottom two have the regular six. The first Quad, as used in the video for Nitro's "Freight Train", was stolen in El Paso, Texas after the second show of Nitro's O.F.R. tour. When Batio was performing in November 2004, a young fan named Simon Jones and his father turned up with a guitar case which held inside the two top guitars of the Quad, as found by Mick Seymour. Dean designed and had Mike Lipe build a new Quad Guitar in 2008.The Quad Guitar was recently named as the 2nd "coolest guitar in rock" by online music magazine Gigwise