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A landmark release in hardware and analog based production, made mostly with hand made signal (effects) processors much in the the engineering spirit of king tubby. OBMX was produced mainly using the Oberheim OB-MX which is where the name was adapted from. An analog synth with a partially faulty filter design (based on the original SEM filters but failed in delivery) these errors in the synth's development are in fact its unique appeal and certainly give these songs a clear signature most are incapable of replicating, dubbed out bliss from the deepest recesses of the universe. "OBMX" is another rumbling low-end shuffle with all the swing and soul you'll have come to expect from Hitchell and Modell over the last twelve months. The hi-hats offset the sheer weight of the bass drum, making for a classic Berlin session in warmest analogue style. The CV313 reduction on the flip takes a more rugged stance, the upper registers almost completely discarded, squashed by the sweeping bass reverberation dominating the mix. The Echospace reduction, on the other hand, is an almost completely beatless rendition, the stabs softened and transposed to create a pitter patter of neon pads and suggested melodies that are just utterly compelling. Another masterful session from echospace...

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