"Their layered style of recording also made it easier to work from Stanley's home studio, which the band had recently upgraded using advance money from the second album. Stanley's newly expanded home studio included a 32-channel Soundcraft console, a 24-track analog tape machine and room for the band's keyboard and synthesizer collection, which included such classic designs as Sequential Circuits Prophet 5, Fairlight CMI, Roland Jupiter 8, Yamaha DX7 synthesizer and PPG Wave. They also had a LinnDrum LM-2, another recent acquisition."more
“The cross between normal, original hardware and computers; the one that bridges the gap. A mixture of genius and nightmare — it came out with the most amazing sounds, but was very difficult to work. It started a massive leap forward in technology because it was the first of its generation.”more
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