Martin Walker wrote:Quite right too Tony! ;)
That approach certainly didn't do Brian Eno any harm either.
I was talking to my partner yesterday about how what seem like minor, random events can change a whole life, and it’s easy to read in more than what actually happened, to think there was some "grand plan"
Eno used the VCS3 because it was there, it could easily have been a Buchla, an ARP, or a Moog, but it was the only synth available to him, it was owned by Andy Mackay, Eno didn’t have any money to buy anything at the time.
He ended up using it a lot, so stuck with it.