vintage synth appearance in movies/pictures/

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Re: vintage synth appearance in movies/pictures/

Post by Micke » Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:34 pm

Esus wrote:
Micke wrote:[img]
The actual Moog featured in the above clips was later sold to Christopher Franke of Tangerine Dream (in 1973 I think).
I think I remember reading that in Bernie Krause's biography, and that Franke paid a LOT for it.
Do you mean the book "Into A Wild Sanctuary: A Life in Music and Natural Sound"? I haven't read it, is it any good?
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Re: vintage synth appearance in movies/pictures/

Post by TrondC » Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:42 pm

well, being two musicians/comedians I was not suprised, but I laughed pretty good at the lyrics:

noone cares, noone sympathizes
ju just stay home and play synthesizers.

MS 2000 and Minimoog:



and yeah, I've also made a habit out of looking for cool gear whenever there is a clip from a live show on TV,so far they're all nord stages, motifs and korg workstations, microkorgs and the occational kaossilator/kaoss pad

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Re: vintage synth appearance in movies/pictures/

Post by dancinggods » Thu Aug 04, 2011 4:31 pm

The shout! From 1979... Tons of rare ems gear... Freakin good film too!

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