Yes. Many. They are listed on the Optigan® Discography page.
Plugging a stereo 1/4″ cable into the headphone output is the easiest way to get a decent recording of an Optigan®, though you have to be careful to set the volume pedal so as not to get alot of disto
Yes and no. All of the original 8 and 16 track masters are gone, but fortunately Mike held on to the 1/4″ stereo mix-down masters. These are probably the most useful tapes to have anyway. I am the cur
The earliest design concept for the Optigan® was a small organ containing something like an Edison Cylinder. When the keys were pressed, they would push down needles onto the audio tracks. This proved
Yes, a few have surfaced, most notably “Mod Rock,” which reached the point of having an official catalog number and label art, but was mysteriously never put into production. Two copies came from Stan