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Mart584



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The Analogue Monologues, Part 1 new
      #856793 - 26/08/10 04:24 PM
Any Vince Clarke fans out there?

http://www.vinceclarkemusic.com/video/index.html


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desmond



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Re: The Analogue Monologues, Part 1 new [Re: Mart584]
      #856806 - 26/08/10 04:46 PM
Nice! Loved the disclaimer.

Pro One's are sexy...


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The Elf
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Re: The Analogue Monologues, Part 1 new [Re: Mart584]
      #856841 - 26/08/10 06:29 PM
I'm no big fan of Vince's (though I've nothing against the fellow!), but I loved 'Don't Go' and I never did suss how he got that lovely 'wah-growl' sound - the one before the plinky riff kicks in each time.

I love my Pro-One beyond all reason. I had mine from new and it never fails to impress and inspire me. It's still my bass synth of choice, despite some of the other gorgeous-sounding synths I have here.

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Steve A
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Re: The Analogue Monologues, Part 1 new [Re: The Elf]
      #856853 - 26/08/10 07:45 PM
If you still have your Pro-One and fancy trying it out for yourself:

http://www.unease.se/proone.htm

I've rebuilt Don't Go for my band using these charts as a starting point and was able to get it pretty much spot on, apart from the brief single bar melody you hear between the verse and the chorus.

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Malcolm Jacobson



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Re: The Analogue Monologues, Part 1 [Re: Steve A]
      #857441 - 30/08/10 04:21 AM
Thanks for the link!

Watching that video made me realise how much I miss my last hardware synth. I wish Roland would re-issue the JD-800, or create a modern equivalent. There's something great about having a hardware controller for every parameter.


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