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Stereofidelic

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Category  Retro
Date created  August 19, 2001
Foundry  LarabieFonts
License  Freeware
Designer(s)  Typodermic Fonts (Ray Larabie)
Design based on  Lettering on the Sixties lounge record

Stereofidelic is a computer font, made from Typodermic Fonts. It's a retro 1980s typeface. This font was released in several Microsoft Windows Vista computers. The Stereofidelic font is also available for Macintosh computers for TrueType and PostScript. Stereofidelic is in its own family, Stereofidelic. The author of this font is Ray Larabie.

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Origin

The Stereofidelic font is based on the lettering on a 1960s lounge record.

Author

Ray Larabie (born 1970 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a designer of computer TrueType and OpenType fonts. Beginning in 1996, Larabie distributed his designs over the internet as freeware, operating as his own independent type foundry LarabieFonts.

References

Stereofidelic Wikipedia


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