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Hello Daniel and thanks for taking the time to respond to our nerdy questions...

Can you share any insights on the recording of Brian Eno's Apollo?

I can hear a lot of what seems tape manipulations but what synths and keyboards were involved?

Also if you can tell us about this rather distinctive guitar sound on "Deep blue Day"


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The main synth was a Yamaha CS-80. This is a polyphonic synth, one of Yamaha's first. On Deep Blue Day there are two guitars, a strumming Strat plays the rhythm and the steel guitar is my Sho-Bud single neck Professional. They were both recorded DI. Eno put a massive treatment on everything. The complexities of the chain are unspeakable! But those treatments were worked on for weeks on end.
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