Re: Depeche mode ....

From Brent A. Busby
Sent Sat, May 24th 1997, 20:00

On Sat, 24 May 1997, antti uusimaki wrote:

> Paul D'Amato wrote:
> 
> > what the hell they were using for synth's . The only one that I could
> > recognize was a Korg Trinity , they all had their name's blacked out. Does
> > anyone know what they are using ? 

> from future music (issue 55, april 1997)
> 
> arp 2600 (x4)

Do I understand correctly that these fellows own ... <gasp!> ... *FOUR*
ARP 2600's???  Lions and tigers and bears, oh my.  (And to think, I'm
still just dreaming about owning *one*...phew!)  And they COVER THE
NAMEPLATES on the things?  Good heavens, why?  Are they afraid people
might find out they're getting their pick of some of the nicest analog
equipment ever made?  Sure would sure be embarrassing to have people
thinking a thing like that, wouldn't it?  <g>


> clavia nord lead
> korg prophecy
> korg trinity
> minimoog (x2)
> oberheim four voice
> oberheim matrix 12

And the Matrix-12, too??  Heheh, well at least it doesn't say they've
got TEN of them...  If it did then you'd really have to scream, no?  :)


> oberheim ob-8
> ppg wawe 2.3
> roland jd-800 (x2)

Another great synth, albeit admittedly digital.  I would have bought it
when it was a current Roland model if I'd had the money.  Although, I
have to admit, I never even thought about having TWO of them...  :)


> roland juno 106
> roland jupiter 8

Aha, the Jupiter 8, too.  Heheheh...


> roland system 100m (x2)
> roland system 700
> sci pro one
> waldorf wawe
> 
> hope this helps! btw. i am waiting for when they
> will release 'sister of night' as a single! those
> strings are just fabulous!!!!! piece out!
> 
> antti
> 

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