"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
"He still tends to treat his sounds heavily after programming: favourite devices for creating movement are his Roland SBF325 stereo flanger and Roland SDE3000 digital delay. Other effects come courtesy of Lexicon PCM70, Yamaha SPX90II, and Korg SRV reverbs, Sound City distortion pedals, and a stereo ring modulator which he had custom built. Again, like Sylvian, and still harking back to Tin Drum times, Barbieri prefers the sound of keyboards recorded to tape (the Fostex E16), and so, oddly for a modern keyboard player, doesn't own any sequencer or computer."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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