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Brian Eno

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Tony Furman

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of Brian Eno

40 Years of Music Influences Technology Combining Roles Synthesized By 1985 Brian was calling the Yamaha DX7 his favorite synthesizer. It offered a cleaner sound and more precision control for the producer. Learning to program your own sounds however was notoriously difficult. Brian Eno was influenced by American artists
and several outside forms of music in his time as
a artist. He took influence from all genres of music and several different countries to include
Africa, Bulgaria, and even Arab cultures. Brian Eno said that his musical work was so
dependent on technology that could not have
existed in any previous age. He wrote a lecture
called "The Studio as Compositional Tool" outlining
the start of sound recording and the modern
studio design. Brian Eno combined roles on his solo albums
to handle all aspects from composer, lyricist, arranger, producer, engineer, instrumentalist, and singer. This gave Brian total control over the product itself. Eno worked with the EMS Model AKS, Yamaha CS-80, Yamaha DX-7, ARP 2600, Korg Micropreset, and Yamaha YC-45D Organ. The EMS was Eno's workhorse however, in the 1970s, early 80's. Changes in Favorites Brian Eno Outlook on sounds Brian once told a interviewer that he liked using his guitar because it only made one sound, and his synthesizer made 14,000, that it was nice that the device made the decision for you. Array of Effects Eno could create a array of effects by linking machines in a circuit. Typical effects that could be used were echo, reverb, distortion, flange, phase shift, chorus, and wahwah. Brian Eno 40 Years in Music: An Innovator FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY
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