Profile: American guitarist (born October 4, 1936 in New York - died September 9, 1995), at one time considered the best 12-string guitarist in the world. Dick Rosmini, Hello People - Home Made With Teac (LP, Album).
Profilo: Rock group that was created in New York City, USA in 1967 by producer Lew Futterman.
Title: Home Made With Teac. Label: Teac – TCA 1 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Date of released: 1974 Category: Electronic, Rock, Non-Music Style: Technical, Education, Spoken Word. Dick Rosmini - Home Made With Teac MP3 version. 1481 downloads at 31 mb/s. Dick Rosmini - Home Made With Teac FLAC version. 1505 downloads at 29 mb/s.
Dick Rosmini: A Genuine Rosmini @ youtube (full album) - Paradise Thursday - The Fool On The Hill - Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind - Licks For Sale - Trains And Boats And Planes - El Funko - Let's Go Get Stoned @ youtube - The Duchess - People Got To Be Free - With A Little Help From My Friends - I Heared It Through The Grapevine - Wichita Lineman rec. 1969; Dick Rosmini, 6 & 12-str g, el g, voc; James B. Gordon or Michael Botts, dr; Jerry Scheff, b; Van Dyke Parks or Larry Knechtel or Paul Lewinson, p; Van Dyke Parks, harpsichord; Larry Knechtel or Paul Lewinson, org; Gary C. .
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Background: non vocal instrumentalist. Birth Name: Richard John Rosmini. Birth Date: 4 October 1936. His 1964 album Adventures for 12 String, 6 String, and Banjo, predates much of John Fahey and Leo Kottke and other American primitive guitarists, which Kottke cited as an early influence. Rosmini was also a noted banjo player. 1974: Home Made with Teac. 1976: Original Soundtrack Recording from the Paramount Motion Picture Leadbelly. 1979: Original Soundtrack Recording from the United Artists Motion Picture The Black Stallion. 1957: I Come For To Sing, Bob Gibson. 1958: There's a Meetin' Here Tonight, Bob Gibson.
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Dick Rosmini (1936 - September 9, 1995) is an American guitarist. He is best known for his role in the American "folk revival" of the 1960s. He died September 9, 1995 of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis at the age of 5.His album Adventures for 6 & 12-String Guitar and Banjo, predates much of John Fahey and Leo Kottke and other American Primitivism guitarists, which Kottke cited as an early influence. In 1978 he wrote a booklet on multitrack recording called TEAC Multitrack Primer .
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|A1||A Short History Of Recording|
|A2||How To Do It With Simul-Sync|
|A5||A Piece In 3 Generations|
|A6||Good News ... And Bad News|
|B1||Techology And Art|
Performer – Hello People
|B3||Hello People - The Story|
|B4||Recording Creego In Stereo|
- Art Direction – Don Bloom
- Engineer – Jeff Peters, John Horton
- Engineer [Mastering] – Jeff Peters, Steve Guy
- Illustration – Stan Gorman
- Music By – Hello People (tracks: B2)
- Narrator [Announcer] – Dick Rosmini
- Photography By – Dick Rosmini
- Producer – Dick Rosmini, Larry Phillips
- Remix – Jeff Peters
- Written-By – Budd Johnson, Dick Rosmini
NotesRecording demonstration; from microphone placing, editing, balancing, channeling, terminology, sound recording & effects.
One full length song in this recording, it was not recorded inside a Studio; instead it was fully recorded in someone's house to demonstrate the flexibility of the TEAC multi-track tape record. Many clear examples of what it takes to record a song, all the potential obstacles that come with making a song using all analogue instruments.
Home recording tips; recording at home with the 3340-S multi-track tape recorder can offer many of the important elements of the studio experience without the bill. No experience required; you have the opportunity to work ideas in private and to experiment with your own sounds, and learn what you need to know at your own pace.
Recording music, like making music, is fun as it is challenging.
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