Lets talk about post punk!

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teevee
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Post by teevee » Fri Jan 03, 2020 5:13 pm

Micke wrote:
Thu Nov 15, 2007 2:15 pm
SubliminalEffect wrote:
didn't OMD use one as well? i think i have an ancient E&MM issue with an interview that said that. i always figured that was the very prominent synth on Enola Gay...

I'm not aware of that they used a Wasp back in the day.

The lead synth on "Enola Gay" is the Korg Micro-Preset. It's responsible for most of the string parts/lines (often multi-tracked) on their first two albums.

Micke
Also Korg MS-20, Roland SH-09 and SCI prophet 5 as per screenshot below:
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Re: Lets talk about post punk!

Post by Music Bird » Fri Jan 17, 2020 1:52 am

Would Talking Head’s early albums be considered post punk? If so, I think their keyboard player used a Yamaha YC-45D and a Prophet-5 as well as maybe another synth of some sort. I don’t know what Synth they used on their first 2 albums but I know he was a fan of the Prophet-5 and Yamaha organ.
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