Sound not playing in the background? Ambisonic Surround Sound Analogue Synthesiser Spanish Flea rendition here.
Spanish Flea played on analogue synth with the Hammond organ emulator taking the lead part. This is recorded in UHJ ambisonic surround sound with most parts being placed statically in the soundstage by the A+D pan-rotate, one (clip clop) placed dynamically alternately full front and back by joystick on the ambisonic panner and another (flea buzzing) in a constant slow clockwise spin via the oscillator driven auto-rotate function on the ambisonic panner.
Bass Guitar slowly A+D pan-rotate rotating
between +120 and +60 manual
Strummed Guitar 1 -120 A+D pan-rotate static
Strummed Guitar 2 -105 A+D pan-rotate static
Strummed Guitar 3 -75 A+D pan-rotate static
Strummed Guitar 4 -60 A+D pan-rotate static
Maracas +60 A+D pan-rotate static
Boss Drum +90 A+D pan-rotate static
Clip Clop low note +180 Joystick panner manual pan across stage for high and low notes
Clip Clop high note 0 Joystick panner manual pan across stage for high and low notes
Side Snare +60 A&D pan-rotate static brought into centre two notches
Cymbal +75 A&D pan-rotate static
Trombone 1 -15 A&D pan-rotate static
Trombone 2 +15 A&D pan-rotate static
Flea Buzzing Voice Spin Auto-panner clockwise approx 0.2Hz
Trumpet Melody Hammond 0 A&D pan-rotate static
Trumpet Melody Hammond Reverb -180 A&D pan-rotate static
Trumpet Harmony Hammond 0 A&D pan-rotate static
Trumpet Harmony Hammond Reverb -180 A&D pan-rotate static
Honky Whistle recorded in UHJ on DAT with the cheap soundfield microphone in a concrete fire escape staircase.
This recording (c) Henry 2005, PRS due to Coleman (Rondor) - for which I hope I'll be forgiven for the moment.