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Anyone have any info specifically about reverb units italo disco producers were using in the mid 80s?
Also hmu w/ quality studio pics from Milan / Rimini of that era
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Silent Circle's album (from 1986) used the "Lexicon 480L".
Which particular Italo Disco albums and songs did you have in mind?
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You can probably refer to Paolo Di Nicolantonio's (SynthMania) Italo Disco
and Quick Tips
series on youtube. He displays a fair amount of authentic gear for the genre there.
I don't like the drums, but the drums like me!
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Anyone wanting the sound of the 480L who records to a DAW would be advised to check out Valhalla Vintage Verb. Don't be put off by the fact the UI isn't a 3D rendering of some vintage hardware, this thing sounds amazing. And only $50 with a demo version so you can try before you buy, what's not to love?http://www.valhalladsp.com/valhallavintageverb
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Yeah, there's some good new Native Instruments versions of those old Lexicons too.
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