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I've got all the Panflet posts, but haven't singled them out as he clearly wanted his privacy for those.

wait, what what? there are more panflet posts besides analogue haven?

 

Sorry, no, I meant just the Analogue Heaven (and SuperCollider) ones. I have an archive of a lot of public messages (USENET and e-mails on mailing lists), which includes, for instance, a lot of Analogue Heaven and the IDM list from way back. This kind of thing is useful if you're, say, researching how the TB-303's gate works (it stays on for 3 clock pulses then goes off for 3, except for rests and slides, although there's a delay with it turning off that looks as if it's staying on until the next half of a clock cycle, which it isn't). It's also interesting to read about Squidge in My Fridge way back in the early 90s.

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Let's revive the topic a bit Q Magazine, november 2014, the greatest comback of last decade (was more recently, but more than 5 years have passed... time don't run so fast please )

The Wire • Issue 134 • April 1995  

Q Magazine • March 1994   These scans was here before, but the links are long dead

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I've got all the Panflet posts, but haven't singled them out as he clearly wanted his privacy for those.

wait, what what? there are more panflet posts besides analogue haven?

 

Sorry, no, I meant just the Analogue Heaven (and SuperCollider) ones. I have an archive of a lot of public messages (USENET and e-mails on mailing lists), which includes, for instance, a lot of Analogue Heaven and the IDM list from way back. This kind of thing is useful if you're, say, researching how the TB-303's gate works (it stays on for 3 clock pulses then goes off for 3, except for rests and slides, although there's a delay with it turning off that looks as if it's staying on until the next half of a clock cycle, which it isn't). It's also interesting to read about Squidge in My Fridge way back in the early 90s.

 

yeah thanks! you shared the whole idm list not so long ago. you're quite the detective!

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Thanks a million for putting those up. I haven't read the Mike and Rich ones in years. I love the dynamic between the two lads, Richard getting in all the sly digs but Mike gets the last word in the edit anyway. I've read so many Aphex interviews in the last week (OOR being the favourite with Pitchfork coming second) I feel like the guys been round my house. I hope he doesn't decide to read them all the same way, I imagine that would be really strange.

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I remember a pretty funny interview from Wax magazine around 96/97 where he was interviewed in a helicopter. The pilot asked him where the other twin was, and Richard replied "he's dead". Does anybody have this?

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I remember a pretty funny interview from Wax magazine around 96/97 where he was interviewed in a helicopter. The pilot asked him where the other twin was, and Richard replied "he's dead". Does anybody have this?

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Someone posted these and a shitload of other cool Warp & Rephlex related stuff too on the watmm facebook yesterday - I'll have to post some of it in here too later on...

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