Improv #6 - Equilibrium Shift (for Japanese singing bowl, moog, mellotron, arp 2600, VCS3 and fender rhodes)

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Original improvisation for Japanese singing bowl, moog voyager, mellotron, arp 2600, VCS3 and fender rhodes.

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released February 21, 2018

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R. Reger Chicago, Illinois

R. Reger is based in the Chicago area and makes music using vintage-based keyboards and synthesizers: ARP2600, VCS3, Hohner D6 Clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Mellotron Mk. VI, Mellotron M4000D Mini, Moog Voyager, Hammond organ. From 2012-2015, R. Reger was a member of the Margots, with Ken Vandermark and Tim Daisy. From 2004-2011, he played with an early version of Chicago's House of Brunettes. ... more

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