Re: [AH] synth tour de force/quintessential albums

From martial mcbride
Sent Sun, Feb 3rd 2008, 20:43

On 2/2/08, martial mcbride <redacted@example.com> wrote:
> Depeche Mode - Speak and Spell [MC4,Roland system 700, system 100, 100m,2600]
> Front 242 - Geography [MC4, sysetm 100, Source]
> Heaven 17 - Penthouse and the Payment [MC4, 100m, DR 55, etc.]
> Human League - Dignity of
> Labour, Reporoduction, Travelogue, (it ends  there) [System 100 (double 104), Korg 800dv, JP4, etc.]
> Stanislas Kadik - Marathon (French 1982) [synclavier]
> Mick Milk - Half Life + Demo tape (1981-2) [no idea]
> Twilight Ritual - Rituals [sh101,tr 808(1st 808 in Belgium), csq 600, etc]
>
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> On Feb 2, 2008 11:09 AM, Amos <redacted@example.com> wrote:
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> > OK I have been debating going here... but I will.
> >
> > Duran Duran's first album is in fact an excellent example of lush
> > Jupiter-8 usage in pop;
> > "Tel Aviv" is a particularly stand-out track.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > On Jan 31, 2008 10:58 PM,  <redacted@example.com> wrote:
> > > What are all your opinions on "tour de force" or quintessential albums
> for
> > > some major analog synths?   Rule 1: the *best* use of X, not the *first*
> use of
> > > X.   Rule 2: non "classical" type music (I'd like to do that too, but
> later,
> > > perhaps).
> > >
> > > I'll get the ball started:
> > >
> > > Moog:   Synergy, "Sequencer"   Larry Fast seems to push that little 15
> to
> > > some amazing heights.
> > >
> > >
> > >
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