fonè by Signoricci
ORIGINAL ANALOG MASTER TAPES
Giulio Cesare Ricci, founder and president of the Audiophile Productions/ fonè, began professionally recording his albums recorded with analog systems in 1983 and continues to do so today.
HIS ANALOG RECORDERS are: Nagra 4s, Studer c37, Ampex ATR 102
- Each tape is recorded in real time - Duration 30 minutes
- Unique piece - Tape: SM900 - RMG - 1/4 inch - Eq : IEC
- Speed: 15 ips (38.1 cm/s)
- Reel Size : 26.5 cm coil metal flange
- Tape Source: Ampex ATR 102-1/2 inch - 30 ips (76 cm/s)
- Tape Recorder : Nagra 4s - 1/4 inch - 15 ips (38.1 cm/s)
- Mastering Personnel : Giulio Cesare Ricci in person realizes all the phases.
The original Master read by an Ampex ATR 102-1/2 inch - 30 ips (76 cm/s) is transferred in real time on a Nagra 4s - 1/4 inch - 15 ips (38.1 cm/s).
The tape used is an RTM SM900 - 1/4 inch reel with metal flange 26.5 cm.
The recorded tape is contained in a cardboard box which has a graphic personalization front/back with the indication of the music, performers and technical notes. The box containing “ANALOG MASTER TAPES - fonè by Signoricci “ is packed in a protective clear plastic bag with releasable adhesive closure.
Filippo Arlia piano
Cesare Chiacchiaretta bandoneon
Il Postino, Luis Bacalov 5'27"
Vuelvo al sur, Astor Piazzolla 4'12"
Por una cabeza, Carlos Gardel 4'46"
Milonga del angel, Astor Piazzolla 5'47"
La muerte del angel, Astor Piazzolla 3'15"
Ave Maria, Astor Piazzolla 5'30"
Adios nonino, Astor Piazzolla 8'26"
Milonga sin palabras, Astor Piazzolla 5'49"
Escualo, Astor Piazzolla 3'45"
Oblivion, Astor Piazzolla 4'28"
Libertango, Astor Piazzolla 6'06"
Conceived, recorded and produced by Giulio Cesare Ricci
Recorded at Museo Piaggio - Pontedera, 13th April 2019
Recording assistant: Paola Liberato
Valve microphones: Neumann U47, U48, M49
Mike pre-amplifiers, cable (line, microphone, supply): Signoricci
Il Master è stato realizzato con l'Ampex ATR 102 (Electronic Tube Ampex Model 351-1965) 2 tracks, 1/2inch, 30ips modificato da David Manley.
Photos by Andrea Manno