"He also uses a Lexicon PCM-70 to store the circular delay sounds you hear in songs like "Shine On" and "Time." Because it has a multi-tap function, it can pretty accurately duplicate the kind of echo Dave used to get from his old Binson echo unit. A t.c. electronic 2290 is his primary delay -- it's what he uses for most things." - [Phil Taylor, David Gilmour's guitar tech.](http://www.pink-floyd.org/artint/dagear.htm)more
In [this article](http://patricksisson.com/gang-signs-post-punk-legends-gang-of-four-revisit-old-principles-and-crank-up-the-transistor-amps-on-content/), Andy's approach to recording vocals is explained. "The album was rounded out with King’s vocals, captured on a Shure 57 or Neumann 67 and given a touch of delay and reverb with the PCM 70 or 80 and Logic reverb, 'to help the vocals sit in the track.'"more
In this [archived article](https://web.archive.org/web/20040213203727/http://archive.guitarplayer.com/archive/artists/thecure.shtml) of an interview from the April 2000 issue of *Guitar World*, the PCM-70 is listed among Robert's effects. [*Sound on Sound*](http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/1996_articles/jun96/thecure.html) also writes about The Cure using this effect.more
"The PCM70 is also a favourite toy; it has so many lovely things to it. Its Rich Chamber setting is a real warm, beautiful sound. So I was able to do the whole movie score with just that setup and I was very happy with it." Another smile, another cigarette, another subject. Art. To call Laurie Anderson a musician is to do her an injustice. Her work to date has involved songwriting, choreography, film-making and performing, so "artist" is a more accurate term. And strangely, it's from interviewing those sculptors that this artist has drawn many of her ideas."more
"Well, the other thing I use is the Lexicon PCM 70 reverb. I like Lexicon because it's a darker sounding reverb. I mean it has a sound, it seems to have a warm sound. I like a warm sound on the bass anyway, especially as far as effects are concerned. The Alembic bass is such a hi-fi sounding bass. It's very pumped up, very high. It's just a very powerful sound, you know, a lot of spikes, peaks on the bass. It's just the way they did the electronics. So coupling that with the nice soft sort of warm reverb really has a nice effect."more
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