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A1: ETI Rework
Benjamin Damage´s brand new “4600 EP” is a homage to a rare analog synthesizer and a more dancefloor orientated follow up to the album “Heliosphere”.
It was performed live with resampled analogue synths, mainly the ETI 4600.
Benjamin Damage: “Most of the source sounds come from my recently repaired ETI 4600, a massive synth I rescued from a garage it had been sitting in for 30 years. It’s a really unique machine with a reverb chamber and pin matrix. It spent 18 months with a synth-obsessive in Suffolk, north of London who fixed the major design faults and believes it is the only existing model that has ever worked properly.”