the one i use more than anything is called a realistic something something i dont know the name or if it has a real like specific model name
it’s a handheld one
i had 2 other handheld ones but they both broke/mostly broke. this one still plays/fast forwards but won’t rewind. which is ok.
i have a tascam portastudio one of the classic ones uhh 424 or whatever
have a boombox rn but the one i used for to be close to you i have no clue what it was called it was just a cheap old boombox eric had
idk the names of much of it im sorry
names dont matter though i bought it all at yard sales and estate sales or borrowed from friends. got the 4 track on ebay.
i took a trumpet sound - one note i found on youtube or some website somewhere something like that - and just kind of repurposed it in garageband. sorry thats kind of a weird anticlimactic answer :/ all of that album was made without any real life instruments or gear or anything or even soft synths really besides my piano/guitar/etc. lots of just really cheap/found samples repurposed into songs and messed with
that would be my friend zach’s parents
Sam and I will be playing together as a duo for the live incarnation of Ricky Eat Acid for three upcoming shows in New York and Boston:
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