Ralph Dyck Sequencer Program Data Example: “Directions”
Ralph sent along an mp3 andprogram data sheets for a short piece of music he realized on his home-brew digital sequencer. Ralph says: “This is for a CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) Recording in ’75. The tune is called ‘Directions’. The program sheets were my own, well before Roland.” Music and images are copyright Ralph Dyck and registered by SOCAN Canada.
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