The Exquisite Sound of Allan Brewster's Hammond X66

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The Exquisite Sound of Allan Brewster's Hammond X66

Postby Mike Bracchi » 05 Mar 2013 09:47

The exquisite sound of Allan Brewster's Hammond X66 :D

A recording I made on my X66 back in 1980. This is a direct line recording with only some eq and reverb applied and no compression or other effects used.

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Re: The Exquisite Sound of Allan Brewster's Hammond X66

Postby Pamela » 05 Mar 2013 11:34

Hi Mike, Some lovely voices on that Hammond, very nice playing... Pam :)
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Re: The Exquisite Sound of Allan Brewster's Hammond X66

Postby Eileen » 05 Mar 2013 14:49

The Hammond did have some really nice sounds but most people are usually only after the jazz organ sounds when they talk about Hammond today. They will say can you tweak a voice like the Hammond and I say which one. :)
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Re: The Exquisite Sound of Allan Brewster's Hammond X66

Postby Eddie Smart » 06 Mar 2013 14:44

A lovely sound makes a change to hear a hammond being played without it screaming its nuts off with overdrive clicks and distortion, beatiful sound!

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