Starting with 1972's Music of My Mind, the run of albums that would also include Talking Book, Innervisions, and Fulfillingness' First Finale is still lauded as one of the era's greatest artistic statements. [13], Malcolm Cecil and his son, DJ Moonpup, performed at the Big Chill Festival on 5 August 2006, a three-day event held at Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire in the UK. Bob agreed to teach Malcolm under the condition that Malcolm teach him how to use the recording console. His first encounter with synthesizers came in the United States in 1968 when he met Margouleff, who had just purchased one of the first Moog Series IIIc models to finish the soundtrack of Ciao! MXR Yamaha. Atlantex He had heavy things going on. We could not do anything wrong in that studio; everything we recorded in that studio went straight to Number One,” Margouleff recalls. These sounds combined multiple 901-series oscillators on both Moogs and a few ARP oscillators, an unheard of feat of synthesis and voltage control by Malcolm Cecil. E-mu With these tensions mounting, it became apparent to Wonderlove band members, like Mike Sembello, that Ira Tucker, Berry Gordy, and the rest of Stevie's entourage were actively disregarding and diminishing the contributions of these two engineers to give the public the omnipotent Stevie Wonder that the community craved. Original concept by IRN and New Silver Age Productions Fulfillingness' First Finale marks the last album in the TONTO years. He mastered air hockey in the Record Plant canteen (making some employees question if he was really blind). Bob and Malcolm were, by all intents and purposes, producing this record alongside Stevie. However, Sembello says, Stevie's entourage encouraged him to keep credit away from Margouleff and Cecil. The lyrics were very heavy.

Scott-Heron and Jackson were featured on the album cover with the synthesizer.[11]. Now that's just rubbing it in my face. ASI Bob, Malcolm, and Stevie clicked immediately.

We could do two or three because TONTO was a multiple of monophonic synthesizers with a common tuning bust, so we could tune them all and transpose them all simultaneously. To the surprise of Berry Gordy and the other executives at Motown, Stevie took advantage of the lapse in his contract to secure the creative freedom that he craved. Wurlitzer The famous bass line was all TONTO. sleep. It was later stored in Mothersbaugh’s lime-green Mutato Muzika studio on Sunset Boulevard, being used on the Rugrats soundtrack and serving as an occasional musical curiosity for the likes of Nine Inch Nails. Teisco Serge There are ARP, Oberheim, Serge and Moog modules in TONTO, and even some created by Malcolm, himself.

That was how we worked.". In late 2013 TONTO was purchased by the National Music Centre in Calgary, Alberta. Stevie Wonder and TONTO: The Synth Orchestra Behind His Pivotal Albums. For other uses, see, Margouleff & Cecil engineering, production and programming credits, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Stevie Wonder & TONTO, the funk synthesizer", "The Mothership Has Landed – TONTO Synthesizer Finds New Home at National Music Centre", "Orpheus Music: The Electronic Music Time Machine: TONTO's Expanding Head Band: A Synthesizer the Size of Nebraska", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Tonto%27s_Expanding_Head_Band&oldid=977311435, Articles lacking reliable references from December 2010, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2020, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 04:04.

The authors are producing a multimedia history of the Record Plant studios in New York, L.A. and Sausalito. Despite releasing only two albums in the early 1970s, the duo were (and still remain) influential because of their session and production work for other musicians (most notably Stevie Wonder[1][2]) and extensive commercial advertising work. “No paperwork, no royalties,” is how Cecil puts it. The first track down was the drums. Music of My Mind peaked at #21 on Billboard's Pop Chart and #6 on the R&B Chart. TONTO is an acronym for "The Original New Timbral Orchestra", the first, and still the largest, multitimbral polyphonic analog synthesizer in the world, designed and constructed over several years by Malcolm Cecil. There had never been anything in writing between Stevie, Bob and Malcolm. For a time, TONTO was housed at Cecil’s Point Dume, California-coast studio, where it was used by Joe Zawinul and Weather Report, and also by Gil Scott Heron and his partner Brian Jackson in a long-term stint. United Kingdom, Octave Feeling handcuffed by Motown, Stevie packed up and moved to New York, where he heard Zero Time and became enamoured.

[9]. Amazing video and synth. “And the answer is, yes, you can get applications on any digital device that will, more or less, do what this instrument does. Intended to be the first orchestra of synthesizers, TONTO began in 1968 with Robert Margouleff's purchase of a Moog Series IIIc—one of the pioneering synth company's first complete systems. 2004-2020 Synthtopia, All Rights Reserved. When you were standing there playing TONTO, it was like being inside an eyeball.”. Wonder was in a coma for five days, and spent a total of two weeks in the Winston-Salem hospital. On an overnight tour route to Durham, North Carolina, from South Carolina, a stray log dislodged from a lumber truck, striking Stevie in the head. Having grown more comfortable with each other, their next effort, 1973's Innervisions, marks the culmination of Stevie, Malcolm, and Bob's collective effort.

Steve would start songs and we'd put them away and keep track of them. With an armful of golden Gramophones during the Grammy telecast, Stevie never thanked Malcolm, Bob or TONTO for their contributions.

All Rights Reserved. Oops, looks like you forgot something. In the end, Stevie played everything except for guitar and trombone on the trio's first effort. Yet despite the widespread commercial success that Stevie was enjoying with Talking Book, the trio did not even take a moment to catch their breath. TONTO also made an appearance in the Brian Depalma ’74 horror-musical, Phantom of the Paradise. Modular really isn't my game, I mean I have messed with them and Elka Hey! “That room forever changed our lives. …. The Moog synthesizer was a monophonic instrument. Akai

What was more, Stevie took out a half-page ad in Billboard Magazine thanking his Motown team, yet the ad failed to give any praise to Bob and Malcolm, who had devoted years of their lives up to this point for the vague promise of recognition. they aren't really for me…but I appreciate the talent it takes to As time had gone on, Bob and Malcolm chose to record the full Wonderlove band more, choosing to use TONTO more selectively. Then the audience came in, the lights turned on, and with the room temperature rising, TONTO went badly out of tune. French …, For this 200th episode, which also marks the 7th Anniversary of the Show, I wanted to do a personal recap of the songs that I played out/enjoyed the most. Zero Time led to TONTO appearing on Stevie Wonder’s classic albums from the early 1970s, namely Music of My Mind, Talking Book, Innervisions and Fulfillingness’ First Finale. Since these early modules were so difficult to keep in tune more than two octaves, this was crucial in fine-tuning the synthesizer sounds at the drop of a dime and keeping TONTO in tune. At the time, the Moog was an esoteric piece of musical gear. It was also used in the album 1980 by Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson and was pictured on both the front and back covers of this album. stuck my head out of the window to see who it was,” Cecil recalled in 2013. Fulfillingness’ First Finale was the last album in the TONTO years and reflected the musical split that was already underway behind the scenes; Stevie was working with his band (Wonderlove) more than the synths anyway, though TONTO does appear on several songs, including “Boogie on Reggae Woman.”. However, the most undersold part of Stevie's legacy may be the collaboration with two producers, Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil, and the pair's massive synthesizer, TONTO (The Original New Timbral Orchestra). We worked night and day, whenever Steve felt like he wanted to work.

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Starting with 1972's Music of My Mind, the run of albums that would also include Talking Book, Innervisions, and Fulfillingness' First Finale is still lauded as one of the era's greatest artistic statements. [13], Malcolm Cecil and his son, DJ Moonpup, performed at the Big Chill Festival on 5 August 2006, a three-day event held at Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire in the UK. Bob agreed to teach Malcolm under the condition that Malcolm teach him how to use the recording console. His first encounter with synthesizers came in the United States in 1968 when he met Margouleff, who had just purchased one of the first Moog Series IIIc models to finish the soundtrack of Ciao! MXR Yamaha. Atlantex He had heavy things going on. We could not do anything wrong in that studio; everything we recorded in that studio went straight to Number One,” Margouleff recalls. These sounds combined multiple 901-series oscillators on both Moogs and a few ARP oscillators, an unheard of feat of synthesis and voltage control by Malcolm Cecil. E-mu With these tensions mounting, it became apparent to Wonderlove band members, like Mike Sembello, that Ira Tucker, Berry Gordy, and the rest of Stevie's entourage were actively disregarding and diminishing the contributions of these two engineers to give the public the omnipotent Stevie Wonder that the community craved. Original concept by IRN and New Silver Age Productions Fulfillingness' First Finale marks the last album in the TONTO years. He mastered air hockey in the Record Plant canteen (making some employees question if he was really blind). Bob and Malcolm were, by all intents and purposes, producing this record alongside Stevie. However, Sembello says, Stevie's entourage encouraged him to keep credit away from Margouleff and Cecil. The lyrics were very heavy.

Scott-Heron and Jackson were featured on the album cover with the synthesizer.[11]. Now that's just rubbing it in my face. ASI Bob, Malcolm, and Stevie clicked immediately.

We could do two or three because TONTO was a multiple of monophonic synthesizers with a common tuning bust, so we could tune them all and transpose them all simultaneously. To the surprise of Berry Gordy and the other executives at Motown, Stevie took advantage of the lapse in his contract to secure the creative freedom that he craved. Wurlitzer The famous bass line was all TONTO. sleep. It was later stored in Mothersbaugh’s lime-green Mutato Muzika studio on Sunset Boulevard, being used on the Rugrats soundtrack and serving as an occasional musical curiosity for the likes of Nine Inch Nails. Teisco Serge There are ARP, Oberheim, Serge and Moog modules in TONTO, and even some created by Malcolm, himself.

That was how we worked.". In late 2013 TONTO was purchased by the National Music Centre in Calgary, Alberta. Stevie Wonder and TONTO: The Synth Orchestra Behind His Pivotal Albums. For other uses, see, Margouleff & Cecil engineering, production and programming credits, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Stevie Wonder & TONTO, the funk synthesizer", "The Mothership Has Landed – TONTO Synthesizer Finds New Home at National Music Centre", "Orpheus Music: The Electronic Music Time Machine: TONTO's Expanding Head Band: A Synthesizer the Size of Nebraska", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Tonto%27s_Expanding_Head_Band&oldid=977311435, Articles lacking reliable references from December 2010, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2020, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 04:04.

The authors are producing a multimedia history of the Record Plant studios in New York, L.A. and Sausalito. Despite releasing only two albums in the early 1970s, the duo were (and still remain) influential because of their session and production work for other musicians (most notably Stevie Wonder[1][2]) and extensive commercial advertising work. “No paperwork, no royalties,” is how Cecil puts it. The first track down was the drums. Music of My Mind peaked at #21 on Billboard's Pop Chart and #6 on the R&B Chart. TONTO is an acronym for "The Original New Timbral Orchestra", the first, and still the largest, multitimbral polyphonic analog synthesizer in the world, designed and constructed over several years by Malcolm Cecil. There had never been anything in writing between Stevie, Bob and Malcolm. For a time, TONTO was housed at Cecil’s Point Dume, California-coast studio, where it was used by Joe Zawinul and Weather Report, and also by Gil Scott Heron and his partner Brian Jackson in a long-term stint. United Kingdom, Octave Feeling handcuffed by Motown, Stevie packed up and moved to New York, where he heard Zero Time and became enamoured.

[9]. Amazing video and synth. “And the answer is, yes, you can get applications on any digital device that will, more or less, do what this instrument does. Intended to be the first orchestra of synthesizers, TONTO began in 1968 with Robert Margouleff's purchase of a Moog Series IIIc—one of the pioneering synth company's first complete systems. 2004-2020 Synthtopia, All Rights Reserved. When you were standing there playing TONTO, it was like being inside an eyeball.”. Wonder was in a coma for five days, and spent a total of two weeks in the Winston-Salem hospital. On an overnight tour route to Durham, North Carolina, from South Carolina, a stray log dislodged from a lumber truck, striking Stevie in the head. Having grown more comfortable with each other, their next effort, 1973's Innervisions, marks the culmination of Stevie, Malcolm, and Bob's collective effort.

Steve would start songs and we'd put them away and keep track of them. With an armful of golden Gramophones during the Grammy telecast, Stevie never thanked Malcolm, Bob or TONTO for their contributions.

All Rights Reserved. Oops, looks like you forgot something. In the end, Stevie played everything except for guitar and trombone on the trio's first effort. Yet despite the widespread commercial success that Stevie was enjoying with Talking Book, the trio did not even take a moment to catch their breath. TONTO also made an appearance in the Brian Depalma ’74 horror-musical, Phantom of the Paradise. Modular really isn't my game, I mean I have messed with them and Elka Hey! “That room forever changed our lives. …. The Moog synthesizer was a monophonic instrument. Akai

What was more, Stevie took out a half-page ad in Billboard Magazine thanking his Motown team, yet the ad failed to give any praise to Bob and Malcolm, who had devoted years of their lives up to this point for the vague promise of recognition. they aren't really for me…but I appreciate the talent it takes to As time had gone on, Bob and Malcolm chose to record the full Wonderlove band more, choosing to use TONTO more selectively. Then the audience came in, the lights turned on, and with the room temperature rising, TONTO went badly out of tune. French …, For this 200th episode, which also marks the 7th Anniversary of the Show, I wanted to do a personal recap of the songs that I played out/enjoyed the most. Zero Time led to TONTO appearing on Stevie Wonder’s classic albums from the early 1970s, namely Music of My Mind, Talking Book, Innervisions and Fulfillingness’ First Finale. Since these early modules were so difficult to keep in tune more than two octaves, this was crucial in fine-tuning the synthesizer sounds at the drop of a dime and keeping TONTO in tune. At the time, the Moog was an esoteric piece of musical gear. It was also used in the album 1980 by Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson and was pictured on both the front and back covers of this album. stuck my head out of the window to see who it was,” Cecil recalled in 2013. Fulfillingness’ First Finale was the last album in the TONTO years and reflected the musical split that was already underway behind the scenes; Stevie was working with his band (Wonderlove) more than the synths anyway, though TONTO does appear on several songs, including “Boogie on Reggae Woman.”. However, the most undersold part of Stevie's legacy may be the collaboration with two producers, Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil, and the pair's massive synthesizer, TONTO (The Original New Timbral Orchestra). We worked night and day, whenever Steve felt like he wanted to work.

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Nervous about how TONTO will behave without Leimseider by his side, band co-founder Tim “2oolman” Hill says, “That’s the thing about TONTO, it is unpredictable; it has a human sense. [4] Later, digital sound-generation circuitry and a collection of sequencers were added, along with MIDI control. To reflect our commitment, we updated our terms and conditions. It was during that same period that TONTO had its Hollywood close-up.TONTO and Record Plant Studio B are featured in several key scenes in Brian De Palma’s 1974 cult movie Phantom of the Paradise, in which a Phil Spector–like producer (Paul Williams), imprisons and drugs a tormented Phantom (of the Rock Opera) composer until he completes his rock cantata. This verbal contract never converted to pen and paper. The partners bought a second Moog and a few experimental modules and Cecil jury-rigged a toy-helicopter joystick to keep the oscillators in tune and bend the sounds, turning it into a touch-sensitive instrument. Tonto is a fictional character; he is the Native American (either Comanche or Potawatomi) companion of the Lone Ranger, a popular American Western character created by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker.Tonto has appeared in radio and television series and other presentations of the characters' adventures righting wrongs in 19th century western United States. Tonto's Expanding Head Band's first album, Zero Time, was released in 1971 on the U.S. Embryo label (distributed by Atlantic Records) and attracted much attention.

We recorded it in the same classical way. “God had his hand on our shoulders.

"The reason that I got involved with the synthesizer was because I had ideas in my head and I wanted those ideas to be heard, and I could have Bob and Malcolm and various programmers that I worked with kinda create [the sound that I wanted to hear]," Stevie Wonder said in a career-spanning interview with A&E's Biography.

Starting with 1972's Music of My Mind, the run of albums that would also include Talking Book, Innervisions, and Fulfillingness' First Finale is still lauded as one of the era's greatest artistic statements. [13], Malcolm Cecil and his son, DJ Moonpup, performed at the Big Chill Festival on 5 August 2006, a three-day event held at Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire in the UK. Bob agreed to teach Malcolm under the condition that Malcolm teach him how to use the recording console. His first encounter with synthesizers came in the United States in 1968 when he met Margouleff, who had just purchased one of the first Moog Series IIIc models to finish the soundtrack of Ciao! MXR Yamaha. Atlantex He had heavy things going on. We could not do anything wrong in that studio; everything we recorded in that studio went straight to Number One,” Margouleff recalls. These sounds combined multiple 901-series oscillators on both Moogs and a few ARP oscillators, an unheard of feat of synthesis and voltage control by Malcolm Cecil. E-mu With these tensions mounting, it became apparent to Wonderlove band members, like Mike Sembello, that Ira Tucker, Berry Gordy, and the rest of Stevie's entourage were actively disregarding and diminishing the contributions of these two engineers to give the public the omnipotent Stevie Wonder that the community craved. Original concept by IRN and New Silver Age Productions Fulfillingness' First Finale marks the last album in the TONTO years. He mastered air hockey in the Record Plant canteen (making some employees question if he was really blind). Bob and Malcolm were, by all intents and purposes, producing this record alongside Stevie. However, Sembello says, Stevie's entourage encouraged him to keep credit away from Margouleff and Cecil. The lyrics were very heavy.

Scott-Heron and Jackson were featured on the album cover with the synthesizer.[11]. Now that's just rubbing it in my face. ASI Bob, Malcolm, and Stevie clicked immediately.

We could do two or three because TONTO was a multiple of monophonic synthesizers with a common tuning bust, so we could tune them all and transpose them all simultaneously. To the surprise of Berry Gordy and the other executives at Motown, Stevie took advantage of the lapse in his contract to secure the creative freedom that he craved. Wurlitzer The famous bass line was all TONTO. sleep. It was later stored in Mothersbaugh’s lime-green Mutato Muzika studio on Sunset Boulevard, being used on the Rugrats soundtrack and serving as an occasional musical curiosity for the likes of Nine Inch Nails. Teisco Serge There are ARP, Oberheim, Serge and Moog modules in TONTO, and even some created by Malcolm, himself.

That was how we worked.". In late 2013 TONTO was purchased by the National Music Centre in Calgary, Alberta. Stevie Wonder and TONTO: The Synth Orchestra Behind His Pivotal Albums. For other uses, see, Margouleff & Cecil engineering, production and programming credits, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Stevie Wonder & TONTO, the funk synthesizer", "The Mothership Has Landed – TONTO Synthesizer Finds New Home at National Music Centre", "Orpheus Music: The Electronic Music Time Machine: TONTO's Expanding Head Band: A Synthesizer the Size of Nebraska", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Tonto%27s_Expanding_Head_Band&oldid=977311435, Articles lacking reliable references from December 2010, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2020, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 September 2020, at 04:04.

The authors are producing a multimedia history of the Record Plant studios in New York, L.A. and Sausalito. Despite releasing only two albums in the early 1970s, the duo were (and still remain) influential because of their session and production work for other musicians (most notably Stevie Wonder[1][2]) and extensive commercial advertising work. “No paperwork, no royalties,” is how Cecil puts it. The first track down was the drums. Music of My Mind peaked at #21 on Billboard's Pop Chart and #6 on the R&B Chart. TONTO is an acronym for "The Original New Timbral Orchestra", the first, and still the largest, multitimbral polyphonic analog synthesizer in the world, designed and constructed over several years by Malcolm Cecil. There had never been anything in writing between Stevie, Bob and Malcolm. For a time, TONTO was housed at Cecil’s Point Dume, California-coast studio, where it was used by Joe Zawinul and Weather Report, and also by Gil Scott Heron and his partner Brian Jackson in a long-term stint. United Kingdom, Octave Feeling handcuffed by Motown, Stevie packed up and moved to New York, where he heard Zero Time and became enamoured.

[9]. Amazing video and synth. “And the answer is, yes, you can get applications on any digital device that will, more or less, do what this instrument does. Intended to be the first orchestra of synthesizers, TONTO began in 1968 with Robert Margouleff's purchase of a Moog Series IIIc—one of the pioneering synth company's first complete systems. 2004-2020 Synthtopia, All Rights Reserved. When you were standing there playing TONTO, it was like being inside an eyeball.”. Wonder was in a coma for five days, and spent a total of two weeks in the Winston-Salem hospital. On an overnight tour route to Durham, North Carolina, from South Carolina, a stray log dislodged from a lumber truck, striking Stevie in the head. Having grown more comfortable with each other, their next effort, 1973's Innervisions, marks the culmination of Stevie, Malcolm, and Bob's collective effort.

Steve would start songs and we'd put them away and keep track of them. With an armful of golden Gramophones during the Grammy telecast, Stevie never thanked Malcolm, Bob or TONTO for their contributions.

All Rights Reserved. Oops, looks like you forgot something. In the end, Stevie played everything except for guitar and trombone on the trio's first effort. Yet despite the widespread commercial success that Stevie was enjoying with Talking Book, the trio did not even take a moment to catch their breath. TONTO also made an appearance in the Brian Depalma ’74 horror-musical, Phantom of the Paradise. Modular really isn't my game, I mean I have messed with them and Elka Hey! “That room forever changed our lives. …. The Moog synthesizer was a monophonic instrument. Akai

What was more, Stevie took out a half-page ad in Billboard Magazine thanking his Motown team, yet the ad failed to give any praise to Bob and Malcolm, who had devoted years of their lives up to this point for the vague promise of recognition. they aren't really for me…but I appreciate the talent it takes to As time had gone on, Bob and Malcolm chose to record the full Wonderlove band more, choosing to use TONTO more selectively. Then the audience came in, the lights turned on, and with the room temperature rising, TONTO went badly out of tune. French …, For this 200th episode, which also marks the 7th Anniversary of the Show, I wanted to do a personal recap of the songs that I played out/enjoyed the most. Zero Time led to TONTO appearing on Stevie Wonder’s classic albums from the early 1970s, namely Music of My Mind, Talking Book, Innervisions and Fulfillingness’ First Finale. Since these early modules were so difficult to keep in tune more than two octaves, this was crucial in fine-tuning the synthesizer sounds at the drop of a dime and keeping TONTO in tune. At the time, the Moog was an esoteric piece of musical gear. It was also used in the album 1980 by Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson and was pictured on both the front and back covers of this album. stuck my head out of the window to see who it was,” Cecil recalled in 2013. Fulfillingness’ First Finale was the last album in the TONTO years and reflected the musical split that was already underway behind the scenes; Stevie was working with his band (Wonderlove) more than the synths anyway, though TONTO does appear on several songs, including “Boogie on Reggae Woman.”. However, the most undersold part of Stevie's legacy may be the collaboration with two producers, Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil, and the pair's massive synthesizer, TONTO (The Original New Timbral Orchestra). We worked night and day, whenever Steve felt like he wanted to work.

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