The opening drone is Roland Alpha Juno (DCO)nvbrkr wrote: My prejudiced mind would probably associate those as 0:00 = VCO, 6:05 = DCO and 1:58 = VA, but I might be wrong. My Voyager can sound sort of lifeless or "VA'ish" on the higher frequency stuff, so I assume the LP will do that too sometimes.
Drums are Oberheim DMX samples sequenced through Reason
the repeating octave sequence is a Korg Mono/Poly sample sequenced in Reason
the melody that comes in at about 1 minute is Little Phatty
the 1:58 section's sequence is played by hand with Little Phatty - the repeating note is Reason subtractor
the square lead in this section is Little Phatty
3:15 bass is Little Phatty; the weird melody that fades in and out is Motion VST
the middle section consists of Commodore 64 drums looped and cut-up with Recycle/sequenced in Reason; filter sweeps are Little Phatty through Alesis Bitrman; some of the more obviously digital stuff behind it is Atmosphere VST
the hits bringing you out of the middle section are Fairlite and Synclavier samples loaded into Reason and played by hand
the Tom Sawyer filter envelope pedaltone is Little Phatty and Oberheim Matrix-1000 mixed
the brass in the 3rd section starts out with E-Mu Vintage Keys Memorymoog sample; then it gets layered with Alpha Juno and Matrix-1000
I thought the Micron was in there too but I checked the master session and the Micron is not on there.
the bassline underneath this section is Technosaurus Microcon II. I wish I had kept that box, as it is a serious bass machine.
the final drum beat is processed through Alesis Ineko's grinder.
All echos are Line 6 Echo Park. I'd love to look into an analog pedal at some point. My guitar player in my rock band just bought a Memory Boy and I'm curious to play around with it.