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In this EP Univac show his recognizable sound between Drexciya and the pure analog synth waves creating a direct and amazing elektro sound. Univac has been defined in different media as: - Harsh, uncompromising,menacing,shadowy,bruta. Interstellar Sounds. While maintaining dark shades of Bunker releases, Univac just keeps going with energetic treatment for hippos and thighs. – Terminal 313. - Raw,dark,Univac is what i call true-school electro. Continued evolution of Drexciyan sound. – City of Bass.
2 April at 10:23 ·. 30DROP Electro Night. A couple of years after his first foray into the vinyl format, Barcelona based Rafael Espinosa aka Geistform delivers his second vinyl 12 /digital for HANDS: Four tracks, three new, one remix from the 2016 Transmitter album.
UNIVAC is one of the earliest commercial computers and was easily the most famous computer of the 1950s. 1951 UNIVAC 1 Computer Basic System Components First Mass Produced Computer in . 8 months ago. An educational overview of UNIVAC 1 basic components. Old computer commercial of Univac (1956). 2 years ago. Old computer ad from 1956 featuring the Remington Rand UNIVAC System UNIVAC - Information Age: Then and Now. 10 years ag. 1972 Univac 8008 8-Bit Micro Computer (Vintage Computer Collection).
When it comes to electro, Univac is no joke and the present "Voltage EP" will instantly reminds of the Ghost That Walks nasty outing on Satamile NYC this year. Author of a remarkable and strictly limited "Radiation" album in 2010 on Bunker, Univac is definitively an artist to watch like milk on fire! This release comes illustrated with a futuristic artwork by yours truly. Must have! Nexus 6. 12" Acid electro. One- off 12": templeplate. html Soundcloud: soundcloud.
The UNIVAC Solid State was a magnetic drum-based solid-state computer announced by Sperry Rand in December 1958 as a response to the IBM 650. It was one of the first computers to be (nearly) entirely solid-state, using 700 transistors, and 3000 magnetic amplifiers (FERRACTOR) for primary logic, and 20 vacuum tubes largely for power control. It came in two versions, the Solid State 80 (IBM-style 80 column cards) and the Solid State 90 (Remington-Rand 90 column cards).
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