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cartoons & synths

Post by amatsov » Tue Mar 24, 2009 10:12 am




Estonian cartoons & synth soundtracks have always been a masterclass!
enjoy!

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Post by amatsov » Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:04 pm

this one with more synths!

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Post by premieklovn » Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:21 pm

Nice reminds of the swedish cartoon "Resan Til Melonia":




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Post by HH » Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:51 pm

good topic)

Here's the russian one:



actually, there's a lot of techno in there :bounce:

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Re: cartoons & synths

Post by CJ the noisemaker » Tue Mar 24, 2009 4:26 pm

He describes a Mellotron?

Being that you can do so many things with it [the synthesizer]... you can make sounds bigger than life.
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Post by amatsov » Tue Mar 31, 2009 1:43 pm

uuuuu...jeeee!!
thanks for "Baba Yaga Against"!
I remember it from my childhood and that scared the s**t out of me every time I saw that :)

both Klaabu and Baba Yaga Against were by the way done on the synthi 100 what was in Mosfilm in Moscow.

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Post by HH » Tue Mar 31, 2009 8:02 pm

amatsov: my pleasure ^)

Actually it scared the s**t out of me too, but its hilarious watching it now.

Are you sure about the synthi? i was prity sure that its either a moog or polivox

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Post by Virgule » Tue Mar 31, 2009 9:45 pm

:)
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Re: cartoons & synths

Post by Invention » Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:58 am



lol.

sorta.

not really.

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Post by amatsov » Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:20 am

yes I am pretty sure it is synthi 100 cause the soundtrack was composed by Juri Bogdanov who was the only man in the whole Soviet Union who was allowed and knew how to manage that synth.it was in Skrjabini museum and Melodia record company was the owner.
Ive read in the article with Sven Grünberg who recorded his "Hingus" on it, that it did cost 2 million dollars!!!!!!!.it was bought from a British exposition in Moscow in 1975.

by the way Šostakovitš was the one who said to Gromõko that it should be bought to CCCP.
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crazy times :)

Are you sure about the synthi? i was prity sure that its either a moog or polivox[/quote]

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Post by HH » Wed Apr 01, 2009 6:17 pm

amatsov wrote:yes I am pretty sure it is synthi 100 cause the soundtrack was composed by Juri Bogdanov who was the only man in the whole Soviet Union who was allowed and knew how to manage that synth.it was in Skrjabini museum and Melodia record company was the owner.
Ive read in the article with Sven Grünberg who recorded his "Hingus" on it, that it did cost 2 million dollars!!!!!!!.it was bought from a British exposition in Moscow in 1975.

by the way Šostakovitš was the one who said to Gromõko that it should be bought to CCCP.
:)
crazy times :)

Are you sure about the synthi? i was prity sure that its either a moog or polivox
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mate, but in the beginning credits it says: composer: E. Artemyev :)

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Re: cartoons & synths

Post by amatsov » Thu Apr 02, 2009 12:06 pm

:)
it does`nt matter if thats Artemyev or Bogdanov- their from the same bunch :)
the point is that I am sure its synthi 100.
Artemyev & Martynov LP Metamorphoses was done 100% on synthi in 1980.

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Re: cartoons & synths

Post by TrondC » Thu Apr 02, 2009 1:00 pm

well, slighly OT, but I find this one amusing:


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