Electronic Music 1982​-​1987

by Mark Van Hoen

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All of these recordings were made at my home studio in the 80's to 4 track tape and mixed down onto cassette. Here's a list of equipment I used at the time (at least this that I can remember). It's not complete - I used various synthesizers, tape recorders effects etc that were left overnight by clients that had hired my very modest studio for demo recordings. The earliest recordings were made using a reel-to-reel (as pictured on the cover) bounced to an ordinary hi-fi cassette deck.

Accessit Spring Reverb
Alesis Midiverb
Boss DR55
Casio SK-1
Casio 1000P
Ibanez HD-1000 Harmonzier
Moog Rogue
Roland S-10
Roland TR909
Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
Sequential Circuits Six Trak
Teac A-3340 4-track recorder
Tascam portastudio
Yamaha DX-9
Yamaha CX-5
Yamaha CS60
Yamaha CS15
Yamaha REX50

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released March 11, 2017

All titles composed and performed by Mark Van Hoen
Guitars on "Music For Dancers (In Disguise)" by Dr. Chig
Published by Touch Music/Fairwood Music UK Ltd
Cover photo by Eric Yeoman

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Mark Van Hoen Los Angeles, California

Mark Van Hoen is a British electronic music artist. He has released under his own name as well as Locust. Pitchfork said, "Musically, Van Hoen belongs to a distinguished family tree. Originally influenced by the likes of Brian Eno and Tangerine Dream, and later presaging both Autechre's glitch and Boards of Canada's pastoral IDM." ... more

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