Come ho passato in rassegna attraverso le note di copertina di album di Moby ho notato che le liste di marcia documentate nella versione 1995 tutto è sbagliato sono quasi identiche alla sua configurazione attuale. Potrebbe davvero essere possibile che questo musicista di successo non aveva contanti di ricambio da spendere per nuovi attrezzi in studio nel corso degli ultimi quattro anni? "Da tutto è sbagliato fino ad ora ho comprato un vocoder e un nuovo campionatore e questo è tutto. Da un lato mi piacerebbe ottenere un mucchio di nuove attrezzature, ma d'altra parte c'è qualcosa da dire per lavorare con attrezzature di cui io sento a mio agio. sto pensando che a un certo punto io in realtà passare e ottenere una completa configurazione Pro Tools e iniziare a fare le cose più nel computer, ma per questo record non mi sento in dovere di fare quella." MOBY GEAR Apple Mac in esecuzione Steinberg Cubase sequencer. Soundcraft Spirit 24: 8: 2 scrivania. Multitraccia digitali Alesis ADAT. CAMPIONATORI Akai S950. Akai S1000. Akai S3000. Akai S3200. SYNTHS / TASTIERE Casio CZ101. Emu Proformance modulo pianoforte. Oberheim Matrix 1000. Roland Juno 106. Roland Jupiter 6. Serge Modular Synth. Waldorf Pulse più. Yamaha SY22. Yamaha SY35. Yamaha SY85. PROCESSORI Dbx 160XT compressore. Eventide DSP4000. Soundlab vocoder. Yamaha SPX900. Sequencer & Drum Machine Roland TB303. Roland TR606. Roland TR909. Roland TR808. ALTRE APPARECCHIATURE Hafler Pro 5000 Power Amp. Technics 1200 giradischi. Ibanez chitarra elettrica. Fender Precision Bass.more
"I originally wanted to get a ’64 P-bass to match my ’64 J-bass but a compatriot of mine told me about this one and said he thought I should at least try it. I was knocked out by the feel of it. Although this tone was previously not what I was looking for I had recently gotten into Aston “Family Mon” Barrett and was trying to get that sound. Ironically he used a Jazz bass but it seemed like my hands could get the sound better with a P-bass. I use this bass with Flatwound strings, they have a much more mellow sound. If you love classic Motown then whether you realize it or not, you love the P-bass. James Jamerson made this sound ubiquitous to Motown and American music in general. This bass was named by one of my favorite drummers, Marcus Williams. I told him I needed a name for it and that most of my basses were named after old black church ladies, preferably over 200 pounds. He immediately shouted out the name “Petunia”. Who could argue with that?"more
This bass is visible at 0:25, 2:26 and 3:30 marks in this video. This is a recording of The 1975's performance on Conan 23 July 2013. The bass appears to be a natural finish with a white pickguard. The large font "Fender Precision Bass" headstock decal is indicative of 1970's era Fender instruments, and the thumb rest affixed on the bass side of the pickup, in combination with the white pickguard and natural finish would suggest a production date of late 1973 or 1974. The pickup, based on this video and other images, appears to be an EMG without pole pieces, in place of the original stock Fender pickup, which, on all 1970's models, had pole pieces showing on the pickup.more
This Bass Player magazine article lists Movshon as playing a 1974 Fender Precision Bass and adds: "Manhattan-born Nick Movshon, 27, came to bass at age 11, after trying clarinet and piano. With a Mexican P-Bass in hand, he dug deeply into P-Funksters Bootsy Collins and Cordell “Boogie” Mosson, and worked his way back to Paul Jackson, George Porter, James Jamerson, and the bassmen of James Brown."more
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