Ampex Atr102

Sly-Fi Digital Kaya v1.0.4 WiN  Software

Posted by orientazure at March 27, 2016
Sly-Fi Digital Kaya v1.0.4 WiN

Sly-Fi Digital Kaya v1.0.4 WiN | 42 Mb

There's only one Kaya… literally. S. Husky Hoskulds made it by taking an old Ampex tube tape deck and hardwiring the preamp directly to the tape head. He calls his unit 'Pa', a minimal box with swampy distortion and a very heavy bottom.

Marta Ren & The Groovelvets - Stop Look Listen (2016)  Music

Posted by funkerman at Feb. 19, 2016
Marta Ren & The Groovelvets - Stop Look Listen (2016)

Marta Ren & The Groovelvets - Stop Look Listen (2016)
Funk, Soul | MP3 320 kbps | 42:35 min | ~105 Mb
Label: Record Kicks | Tracks: 11 | Rls.date: 2016

After three years of waiting since her seminal Sister funk hit single "2 Kinds Of Men", Record Kicks finally presents Stop Look Listen, the 2016 debut album from the new Oporto soul diva Marta Ren & The Groovelvets. Anticipated from the first single "I'm Not A Regular Woman", produced and recorded on an Ampex eight-track tape machine by New Max from Portuguese funk combo Expensive Soul and mastered in NYC by Andy Vandette, Stop Look Listen is pure dynamite and follows the best tradition of the Soul Sisters of the 60s. Marta Ren, not surprisingly described as the new Marva Whitney, brilliantly supported by her super tight eight-piece rhythm and soul combo The Groovelvets, serves you 11 tracks of pure fire and takes-no-prisoners. From the floorshakin' opening track "Don't Look" to the mellow feel-good anthems "Smiling Faces", "So Long" and the afro-tastic "Be Ma Fela", the Portuguese combo deliver a visceral deep funk album, proving that they're the new 'real deal'.
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Sex Mix (Reissue edition) (2012)

Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Sex Mix (DCD Reissue edition) (2012)
EAC Rip | APE (tracks), CUE, LOG - 511 + 497 Mb | MP3 320 Kbps VBR - 161 + 149 Mb | artworks - 81 Mb
Genres: Electronic, Rock, Non-Music, Pop - Styles: Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Spoken Word | Released: November 21, 2012 | RAR 10% Rec. | mirrors: DF.com/ U.net

"All tracks have been baked and digitally transferred from the original Ampex master tapes, except for ‘Relax’ (International) and ‘The World is My Oyster’ (at its full length) (from masters previously created for ZTT Japan’s Return to the Pleasuredome box set…" (ztt.com)

Loopmasters Essential Dance Basses MULTiFORMAT  Software

Posted by Mr GonBi at April 22, 2012
Loopmasters Essential Dance Basses MULTiFORMAT

Loopmasters Essential Dance Basses MULTiFORMAT | 405 MB

Loopmasters are proud to present a fantastic collection of Essential Dance Basses, which have meticulously sampled through Vintage Pre-amps, EMI and Pultec Compressors onto 2” Ampex tape machines, from some of the most sought after analogue synths ever created!
Lobo - Me And You And A Dog Named Boo - Walk Away From It All (1971) vinyl 45rpm single 16-44 & 24-96

Lobo - Me And You And A Dog Named Boo - Walk Away From It All (1971) vinyl 45rpm single 16-44 & 24-96
Flac tracks, no cue, no log, 16-44 - 51 MB, 24-96 - 130 MB | 300dpi scans, JPEG included or TIFF - 52 MB
Rock | 1971 Big Tree Records # BT 112 | 5% recovery record | Source: My 45

Here is Lobo's first big hit single but the value here to Lobo fan's is the B side, "Walk Away From It All" which has never been issued on any LP or CD. Basically, if you don't own the original issue 45 you probably have never heard this track and can't get it anywhere else. This was also the first Big Tree single to be distributed by Ampex Records.

Todd Rundgren - Runt (1970) [1996] {JPN Edition}  

Posted by ikaqo at Jan. 6, 2011
Todd Rundgren - Runt (1970) [1996] {JPN Edition}

Todd Rundgren - Runt (1970) [1996] {JPN Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Scans | 301MB (+5%)
Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock | Label: Pony PCCY-00924-1 | Released: 1970 | Re-Issued: 1996

Runt is the self-titled debut of the band Runt, first released in 1970 on the Ampex Records label. Many regard the album as Todd Rundgren's debut solo album, as all later reissues (including the 1990 CD reissue by Rhino) credit the album to Todd Rundgren rather than to Runt.
Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) - Electronic and Acoustic Music Music [Re-Upload]

Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) - Electronic and Acoustic Music [Re-Upload]
Works 1957-1972 / Film Music
Contemporary | EAC (ape + cue) | 2CD 63:55 - 58:05 | Artworks & booklets | 540 MB | RS

Vladimir Ussachevsky was one of the most significant pioneers in the composition of electronic music, and one of its most potent forces. Born in 1911 in Manchuria, China, Ussachevsky was the son of a Russian Army captain. His childhood was spent on the windswept and sparsely settled Manchurian plain, visiting with the nomadic tribesmen in their tents, and singing Old Slavonic chants as an altar boy in the local Russian Orthodox church. By the time he arrived in California, at the age of nineteen, he was a skilled pianist gifted in the interpretation of Romantic music, and a fluent improvisor. ……….
Unknown to Ussachevsky, the first experiments in tape and electronic music had begun two or three years earlier in France with the "musique concrète" of Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry and, one year before, in Germany with the founding of the Cologne electronic-music studio by Herbert Eimert. Ussachevsky's first experiments began in 1951 when the Columbia Music Department acquired an Ampex 400 tape recorder, which together with a microphone, a pair of earphones, and a borrowed Magnecord recorder, constituted the entire equipment of the first American electronic-music studio. ……..
It is perhaps not far-fetched to describe Ussachevsky as one of the most enigmatic and self-effacing figures in new American music after World War II. He was an intensely personal man who combined Old World charm and courtliness with humor and American get-up-and-go. He talked little about himself or the fact that he had been brought up in an unusual time and place that had already ceased to exist.
pout-pourri from the attached booklets

Pioneers of Electronic Music (2006)  

Posted by ooliver at Oct. 3, 2009
Pioneers of Electronic Music (2006)

Pioneers of Electronic Music (2006)
Avant-Garde | (ape, cue, log) | rar + 3% recovery record | 330 MB | RS.com | Artworks & Booklet

In 1950, the Columbia University Music Department requisitioned a tape recorder to use in teaching and for recording concerts. In 1951, the first tape recorder arrived, an Ampex 400, and Vladimir Ussachevsky then a junior faculty member, was assigned a job that no one else wanted: the care of the tape recorder. This job was to have important consequences for Ussachevsky and the medium he developed. Electronic music was born. Over the next ten years, Ussachevsky and his collaborators established the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, which Ussachevsky directed for twenty years. It was the first large electronic music center in the United States, thanks to the path-breaking support of the Rockefeller Foundation and encouragement from two of the country's leading universities. The Center became one of the best-known and most prolific sources of electronic music in the world.
All of the music on this historic reissue is the result of the pioneering work of the Center and its composers.
A.Shields - from the attached booklet
Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) - Electronic and Acoustic Music Music [Re-Upload]

Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) - Electronic and Acoustic Music [Re-Upload]
Works 1957-1972 / Film Music
Contemporary | EAC (ape + cue) | 2CD 63:55 - 58:05 | Artworks & booklets | 540 MB | RS

Vladimir Ussachevsky was one of the most significant pioneers in the composition of electronic music, and one of its most potent forces. Born in 1911 in Manchuria, China, Ussachevsky was the son of a Russian Army captain. His childhood was spent on the windswept and sparsely settled Manchurian plain, visiting with the nomadic tribesmen in their tents, and singing Old Slavonic chants as an altar boy in the local Russian Orthodox church. By the time he arrived in California, at the age of nineteen, he was a skilled pianist gifted in the interpretation of Romantic music, and a fluent improvisor. ……….
Unknown to Ussachevsky, the first experiments in tape and electronic music had begun two or three years earlier in France with the "musique concrète" of Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry and, one year before, in Germany with the founding of the Cologne electronic-music studio by Herbert Eimert. Ussachevsky's first experiments began in 1951 when the Columbia Music Department acquired an Ampex 400 tape recorder, which together with a microphone, a pair of earphones, and a borrowed Magnecord recorder, constituted the entire equipment of the first American electronic-music studio. ……..
It is perhaps not far-fetched to describe Ussachevsky as one of the most enigmatic and self-effacing figures in new American music after World War II. He was an intensely personal man who combined Old World charm and courtliness with humor and American get-up-and-go. He talked little about himself or the fact that he had been brought up in an unusual time and place that had already ceased to exist.
pout-pourri from the attached booklets

Frank Zappa - Wazoo (2 Discs) (2007)  

Posted by ruskaval at Jan. 1, 2008
Frank Zappa - Wazoo (2 Discs) (2007)

Frank Zappa - Wazoo (2 Discs) (2007)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 584 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 225 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 17 Mb
© 2007 Vaulternative Records | VR 2007-2
Rock / Experimental Rock


Frank Zappa - Wazoo (2 Discs) (2007)

This concert was recorded live at Boston Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts on 24 September 1972. These stereo masters were digitally transferred from FZ’s Ampex ATR 100 deck into Nuendo at 96 K 24 bit by Joe Travers using Euphonix AM 713 Converters - in April 2007. …this concert had a slightly different original dynamic in that Big Swifty followed Greggery Peccary. Due to disc space we resequenced the program to maintain the integrity of the performance.