Azimuth Co-Ordinator - What Became Of The Fear Of Before download album
- Performer: Azimuth Co-Ordinator
- Title: What Became Of The Fear Of Before
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: DTS MP2 WAV MP4 VQF MP1 AC3
- Released: 2015
- Style: Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Experimental
- MP3 album: 1818 mb
- FLAC album: 1665 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
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The Azimuth Co-ordinator was the first panning control for a quadraphonic sound system, at that time a new concept. Pink Floyd became the first band to use it in their early shows. The Azimuth Co-ordinator uses four rotary rheostats housed in a large box. The rheostats were converted from their standard 270 degrees rotation to operate over the narrower 90 degree range imposed by the physical constraints of the control lever with the box top aperture.
Singer: Azimuth Co-Ordinator. Album: What Became Of The Fear Of Before. 1533 downloads at 37 mb/s. A. What Became Of The Fear Of Before. B. The Man Who Had No Reason.
Azimuth Co-ordinator developed by Bernard Speight for the British Rock band Pink Floyd in the late 1960s and used by them in their Queen Elizabeth Hall concert 'Games in May', 12 May 1967, and on their 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon. Museum Number . 94-1980. The Azimuth Co-ordinator was a joystick device for controlling a quadraphonic sound system.
Azimuth co-ordinator. The Azimuth coordinator was the first quadraphonic sound system. The Azimuth coordinator was a multi-speaker pan pot system. It used four large rheostats housed in a large box, converted from 270 degrees rotation to 90 degrees.
Pink Floyd’s second Azimuth Co-Ordinator is to go on display in a new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum in London, England. The Azimuth Co-Ordinator was a contraption built by Abbey Road Studios boffins which, when its levers are manipulated, causes the sounds the band is making to revolve around the theatre. Quadrophonic sound! The original Azimuth was stolen but they had another built for their 1969 Royal Festival Hall concert.
Brighton based maverick dream-scape schemers Junkboy: Rich and Mik Hanscomb, and Ryan Oliver, have incorporated elements of Azimuth Co-ordinator’s fifteen year old recordings ‘The JR Control’ and ‘To The Right Of Your Picture You Will See A Man Smiling’ into these otherwise brand new compositions.
Azimuth Co-ordinator used by Pink Floyd, made by Bernard Speight, 1969 (Victoria & Albert Museum, London). The Azimuth Co-ordinator was the first panning control for a quadraphonic sound system, at that time a new concept.
An Ordinator (Morrowind). The Ordinators (sometimes called Temple Ordinators) are the holy guards and priest-soldiers of the Tribunal Temple. Concept art for an Ordinator (ESO). A High Ordinator (Morrowind).
More info on Azimuth co-ordinator. The Azimuth coordinator used four large rheostats housed in a large box, converted from 270 degrees rotation to 90 degrees. The system was operated by a joystick, which allowed an audio signal to be panned to one or more loudspeakers placed around the hall. The Azimuth coordinator was operated by keyboardist Richard Wright.
|A||What Became Of The Fear Of Before|
|B||The Man Who Had No Reason|
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- Written By, Performer, Recorded By – Phil Macy