Legacy Library
Distorted Reality

Distorted Reality 1

CD-Audio $99 - selected library
CD-ROM $199 - complete library
Akai/Emu, Roland



Produced by Eric Persing

Sound Design by Eric Persing & Ryeland Allison
Morph Management: Armand Hillside
CD-ROM conversion & programming: Todd Campopiano
Recorded in L.A. at Cyberia, The Guest Room, Sunshine Studios & Tina's Place
Cover Art: Jon Conrad
Graphic Design: Steve Peretti, The Peretti Group
Portrait Photography by Paz
Printing: Green St. Press, Pasadena CA
Special Thanks to:
Todd "Mr. Patience" Campopiano for letting us ruin your social life, Bob Daspit -for the cool guitar source, Scott Hunter- the world's fastest inputter, Armand -you're the real backbone of our operation, Richard for the invaluable feedback (figurative) and friendship (literal), Jazmine Persing for the inspired solo on the demo, Dan & Michele Tarbutton, Bill & Vibeke Calvert, Michel Colombier for the "Requiem", Hans Zimmer for letting us borrow Cyberia, Ace Yukowa, Jon -for your commitment to your art and to us, Steve & Jana Peretti for all your help & fine work, All our Distributors and friends in the Sampleware community -especially to Mark & Shelly at ILIO, Don Romine and the fine folks at Green St. Press, Pastor Mark Pickerill and our church family at Christian Assembly in Eagle Rock.
Rye Thanks:
Andrew G., Arli K., Bob D., Don R., George T., Geri K., Jeremy T., Judy A., Keith A., Luciano M., Savannah A., Scott C., Tina S., Tony W., and special Loves and thanks to Paz for all of her creative input, sharing and caring...Beso Grandé!
Distorted Reality Demo song by Ryeland Allison, Eric Persing & Peter Freeman ©1995 Big Green Music ASCAP
(*demo not for re-use in broadcasting, recording or sampling without permission.)
This project is dedicated to seekers of un-distorted reality.

And give away all our tricks?!!! Well anyway, here's a list of the gear that was used in the process of creating these noises:

Roland S-760 and S-770
Kurzweil K-2000
Akai S-612, 900 and 1000 samplers
Ensoniq EPS-16
Ensoniq Mirage

API-5502 Equalizer
Boss GL-100 Guitar Driver
Boss ROD-10 Distortion
Boss SE-70 Super Effects Processor
Euphonics Mixing console
Eventide DSP-4000 & H-3500 Harmonizers
GML Stereo Parametric EQ
Heil Sound Talkbox
Innovonics Compressors
Langevin Equalizers
Lexicon PCM-70/80/480 reverbs
MXR Distortion Plus
PAIA 7210 Vocoder
Quest Custom Mixer
Roland Dimension D & Dimension C
Roland RSP-550 Multi-Effects processor
Roland RSS-10 3-dimensional FX processing
Roland SDE-330 Dimensional Space delay
Roland SDX-330 Dimensional Space Chorus
Roland SRV-330 Dimensional Space reverb
Roland Vocoder
Summit Tube Mic Pre-Amps
Yamaha SPX-90/900 Multi-FX
Yamaha Rev-1 reverb

Akai AX-80
Emu Modular (Custom)
Moog Minimoog (modified by Studio Electronics)
Custom Moog Modular (World's Largest working Modular Moog)
Oberheim OBXA
Oberheim S.E.Ms
Polyfusion Modular Synth (Custom)
Roland JD-800/990
Roland Jupiter 8
Roland JV-1080
Roland D-550
Roland MKS-50 Alpha Juno
Roland MKS-70 Super JX
Roland MKS-80 Super Jupiter
Roland System 100m Modular Synths
Roland TB-303
Roland TR-505
Roland TR-606
Roland TR-808
Roland TR-909
Korg EX-8000
Korg M1REX
Korg Monopoly
Sequential Circuits Prophet VS
Roland Super Jupiters, Jupiter 8
Waldorf Wave, Microwave & PPG 2.2
Yamaha CS-80
Yamaha TX-816

Arboretum Systems Hyperprism
Digidesign Sound Designer
Digidesign Turbosynth
Emagic Logic Audio
Massey Systems Sound Morph
Wave-boy Voder


*All other manufacturers' product names used in this instrument are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Spectrasonics. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Spectrasonics sound development.