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'''DD206''' is the catalogue number of one of Delia's tapes.
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[[DD206]] is the [[Initial Catalogue]] number of one of Delia's [[Attic Tapes]], containing [[John Peel's Voice]] and its makeup tracks.
  
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=[[Initial Catalogue|Mark Ayres' notes]]=
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<PRE>
 
Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape
 
Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape
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Label: Top Gear, John Peel's Voice, copy & makeup
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Description: 15ips. [[TRW 7098]], Missing from RWS Archive. See also [[DD207]]. Brian Hodgson's voice audible during session.
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</PRE>
  
Label: Top Gear, John Peel's Voice, copy & makeup
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=[[DD Audio Files Commentary|Louis Niebur's notes]]=
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<PRE>
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DD206 Top Gear (John Peel) (is this TRW 7098? It’s missing if so)
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:00 Stereo, slow synth lines. Diatonic pedals.
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:49 John Peel’s voice enters. His voice is treated outrageously,
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2:18 voice emerges untreated
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2:31 voice with echo returns, and cut and pasted in different order. Replays the same texted section with different treatments
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4:03 untreated JP talking, completely untreated. (you can hear Brian’s voice in background)
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4:39 reassembled tape, leading into the first version of the tape without treatment.
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5:54 opening music (slow synth lines) – no voice. Ends 8:10
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8:10 extreme vocal treatment and electronic processing. Ends 9:21
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9:24 electronic opening music again
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10:14 extreme vocal treatment and electronic processing.
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11:25 electronic opening music again.
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13:11 new electronic music, with what sounds like a plucked guitar. Ends 14:10
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14:15 test tone for pitch-raising, followed by voice treatment, with the voice rising.
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15:32 electronic melody, with echo, then with vibrato, descending.
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16:04 repeating electronic loop (like Buchla)
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16:54 lower pitched texture, like slowed down sirens with wind blowing
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</PRE>
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=[[Delia Derbyshire's Creative Process|James Percival's notes]]=
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<PRE>
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CDD/1/7/42 John Peel's Voice
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Master and untreated voice recordings for &ldquo;Top Gear&rdquo; album
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FORMER REFERENCE: DD206 DATE: 1969 CONTAINS: Top Gear: John Peel's voice
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MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, &frac14;" tape TAPE SPEED: 15ips DURATION: 00:17:42
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LABELS: [Tape label:] TOP GEAR - R.W. / JOHN PEEL'S VOICE 15 / N.A COPY & M/U (S)
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NOTES: Mixed, final sequence, followed by various voice treatments and session recording. 15ips. TRW 7098, Missing from RWS Archive. Brian Hodgson's voice is audible during session. See also DD207.
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</PRE>
  
Description: 15ips. [[TRW 7098]], Missing from RWS Archive. See also [[DD207]]. Brian Hodgson's voice audible during session.
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See also: [[DD207]], [[TRW 7098]].
  
 
[[Category:Tape]]
 
[[Category:Tape]]

Latest revision as of 13:38, 24 June 2020

DD206 is the Initial Catalogue number of one of Delia's Attic Tapes, containing John Peel's Voice and its makeup tracks.

Mark Ayres' notes

Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape
Label: Top Gear, John Peel's Voice, copy & makeup
Description: 15ips. [[TRW 7098]], Missing from RWS Archive. See also [[DD207]]. Brian Hodgson's voice audible during session.

Louis Niebur's notes

DD206 Top Gear (John Peel) (is this TRW 7098? It’s missing if so)
:00 Stereo, slow synth lines. Diatonic pedals.
:49 John Peel’s voice enters. His voice is treated outrageously,
2:18 voice emerges untreated
2:31 voice with echo returns, and cut and pasted in different order. Replays the same texted section with different treatments
4:03 untreated JP talking, completely untreated. (you can hear Brian’s voice in background)
4:39 reassembled tape, leading into the first version of the tape without treatment.
5:54 opening music (slow synth lines) – no voice. Ends 8:10
8:10 extreme vocal treatment and electronic processing. Ends 9:21
9:24 electronic opening music again
10:14 extreme vocal treatment and electronic processing.
11:25 electronic opening music again.
13:11 new electronic music, with what sounds like a plucked guitar. Ends 14:10
14:15 test tone for pitch-raising, followed by voice treatment, with the voice rising.
15:32 electronic melody, with echo, then with vibrato, descending.
16:04 repeating electronic loop (like Buchla)
16:54 lower pitched texture, like slowed down sirens with wind blowing

James Percival's notes

CDD/1/7/42 John Peel's Voice
Master and untreated voice recordings for “Top Gear” album
FORMER REFERENCE: DD206 DATE: 1969 CONTAINS: Top Gear: John Peel's voice
MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, ¼" tape TAPE SPEED: 15ips DURATION: 00:17:42
LABELS: [Tape label:] TOP GEAR - R.W. / JOHN PEEL'S VOICE 15 / N.A COPY & M/U (S)
NOTES: Mixed, final sequence, followed by various voice treatments and session recording. 15ips. TRW 7098, Missing from RWS Archive. Brian Hodgson's voice is audible during session. See also DD207.

See also: DD207, TRW 7098.