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Wurlitzer SideMan - 1950s Tube Drum Machine
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Now I know how Suicide did it.
Everything was made by Alan beatboxing in the solace of his privy.
I've got the Reason refill for this thing. The sounds are effing awesome, but I still wish there were some sort of software VST version that mimicked the interface.
What a beautiful world this will be.
I must have missed this. Was this hidden in Old Orney?
I'm such a sucker for this kind of shit.
This box will show all the other drum machines how it's done.
Picture of Mark Hamill looks on in wonder.
We had a Wurlitzer metronome from the 50s that had the same type of light on it.
This thing's neat. Would've been nice if they'd used the annotation feature to point out what the different bits are.
C. Eloi Marx
The age of steam can take a flying leap; it has nothing on the byzantine complexities of trying to do everything electro-mechanically.
Wow never saw one of these before. I had a little Roland box from the 70's that was transistorized & sounded just like this.
Raymond Scott would have had a stroke if he saw that rotary sequencer in there.
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