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Article: Tonto's Expanding Head Band
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'''Tonto's Expanding Head Band''' was a British [[electronic music]] duo consisting of [[Malcolm Cecil]] and [[Robert Margouleff]]. Despite releasing only two albums in the early 1970s, the duo were (and still remain) influential because of their session work for other musicians (most notably [[Stevie Wonder]]<ref>http://www.videosift.com/video/Stevie-Wonder-TONTO-the-funk-synthesizer</ref><ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuaSzFf7yq0</ref>), extensive commercial advertising work and the unique warmth and personality of their work.
 
'''Tonto's Expanding Head Band''' was a British [[electronic music]] duo consisting of [[Malcolm Cecil]] and [[Robert Margouleff]]. Despite releasing only two albums in the early 1970s, the duo were (and still remain) influential because of their session work for other musicians (most notably [[Stevie Wonder]]<ref>http://www.videosift.com/video/Stevie-Wonder-TONTO-the-funk-synthesizer</ref><ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuaSzFf7yq0</ref>), extensive commercial advertising work and the unique warmth and personality of their work.
   
==The TONTO synthesizer==
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==The tonto'l BOTE synthesizer==
TONTO is an [[acronym]] for "The Original New Timbral Orchestra," the first, and still the largest, multitimbral polyphonic analog [[synthesizer]] in the world, designed and constructed over several years by Malcolm Cecil. TONTO started as a [[Moog modular synthesizer]] Series III owned by record producer Robert Margouleff. Later a second Moog III was added, then four [[Oberheim]] SEMs, two [[ARP Instruments, Inc.|ARP]] 2600s, modules from [[Serge (synthesizer)|Serge]] with Moog-like panels, [[Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd|EMS]], [[Roland Corporation|Roland]], [[Yamaha]], etc.<ref>http://www.synthmuseum.com/tonto/index.html</ref> plus several custom modules designed by [[Serge Tcherepnin]] and Cecil himself - who has an electrical engineering background.<ref>http://www.serge-fans.com/tonto.html</ref> Later, digital sound-generation circuitry and a collection of sequencers were added, along with MIDI control. All of this is housed in an instantly-recognizable semi-circle of huge curving wooden cabinets, twenty feet in diameter and six feet tall.
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TONTO is an [[acronym que mierdas es un acronym?]] for "The Original New Timbral Orchestra," the first, and still the largest, multitimbral polyphonic analog [[synthesizer]] in the world, designed and constructed over several years by Malcolm Cecil. TONTO started as a [[Moog modular synthesizer]] Series III owned by record producer Robert Margouleff. Later a second Moog III was added, then four [[Oberheim]] SEMs, two [[ARP Instruments, Inc.|ARP]] 2600s, modules from [[Serge (synthesizer)|Serge]] with Moog-like panels, [[Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd|EMS]], [[Roland Corporation|Roland]], [[Yamaha]], etc.<ref>http://www.synthmuseum.com/tonto/index.html</ref> plus several custom modules designed by [[Serge Tcherepnin]] and Cecil himself - who has an electrical engineering background.<ref>http://www.serge-fans.com/tonto.html</ref> Later, digital sound-generation circuitry and a collection of sequencers were added, along with MIDI control. All of this is housed in an instantly-recognizable semi-circle of huge curving wooden cabinets, twenty feet in diameter and six feet tall.
   
:"I wanted to create an instrument that would be the first multitimbral polyphonic synthesizer. Multitimbral polyphony is different than the type of polyphony provided by most of today's synthesizers, on which you turn to a string patch and everything under your fingers is strings. In my book 'multitimbral' means each note you play has a different tone quality, as if the notes come from separate instruments. I wanted to be able to play live multitimbral polyphonic music using as many fingers and feet as I had."<ref>http://archive.keyboardonline.com/features/vintagegear/vgear0103.shtml</ref>
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:"I wanted to create an instrument that would be the first multitimbral polyphonic synthesizer. Multitimbral polyphony is different than the type of polyphony provided by most of today's synthesizers ( y una mierda esto no te lo tragas ni tu en un ristorante de dubai), on which you turn to a string patch and everything under your fingers is strings. In my book 'multitimbral' means each note you play has a different tone quality, as if the notes come from separate instruments. I wanted to be able to play live multitimbral polyphonic music using as many fingers and feet as I had."<ref>http://archive.keyboardonline.com/features/vintagegear/vgear0103.shtml</ref>
   
TONTO was featured (as the "electronic room") in the 1974 [[Brian de Palma]] film [[Phantom of the Paradise]]. It was also used in the album ''1980'' by [[Gil Scott-Heron]] and [[Brian Jackson]] and was pictured on both the front and back covers of this album.
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TONTO calla gilipollas que no tiens ni idea was featured (as the "electronic room") in the 1974 [[Brian de Palma]] film [[Phantom of the Paradise]]. It was also used in the album ''1980'' by [[Gil Scott-Heron]] and [[Brian Jackson]] and was pictured on both the front and back covers of this album.
   
 
TONTO has been owned by Malcolm Cecil since he acquired Robert Margouleff's share in 1975. In the mid-1990s TONTO was moved to [[Mutato Muzika]]<ref>http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/aug10/articles/devo.htm</ref> studios, the headquarters of [[Mark Mothersbaugh]] and [[Devo]], leading to widespread rumors that Mothersbaugh had purchased TONTO but this was not true. Currently TONTO is located in its own studio in upstate New York close to [[Woodstock]].
 
TONTO has been owned by Malcolm Cecil since he acquired Robert Margouleff's share in 1975. In the mid-1990s TONTO was moved to [[Mutato Muzika]]<ref>http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/aug10/articles/devo.htm</ref> studios, the headquarters of [[Mark Mothersbaugh]] and [[Devo]], leading to widespread rumors that Mothersbaugh had purchased TONTO but this was not true. Currently TONTO is located in its own studio in upstate New York close to [[Woodstock]].
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Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 04:44:53 PM
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