80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by Yoozer » Mon Dec 08, 2008 7:58 pm

Wonderfully done.

Now, my Christmas wish is that all Youtube synth demos will at least have the quality yours has :).
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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by Spleg » Thu Dec 25, 2008 12:06 am

Thanks a lot for more nice comments, even months after we made the video!

By complete coincidence, we were just planning the 'set list' for the next medley we intend to do. Hopefully this one will be better! :)

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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by organsymphony » Thu Dec 25, 2008 12:25 am

id also just like to say thank you for the comments!

(im the bloke with the black hair)

Spleg mentioned were just planning what songs to do for the next medley.
Do you guys have any ideas? what do you think should be in there?

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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by kulten » Sun Dec 28, 2008 10:52 am

[Mr. Burns voice mode "ON"]

Excellent !

[Mr. Burns voice mode "OFF"]

I was born in 1973, those tracks remind me my first parties.

Veeery good job guys ! You are great synth players, no doubt about it.
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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by Shawnee » Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:58 pm

Organsymphony, I'm thinking some serious funk, maybe go back to the 70's. I wish I could think of an example, but I'm still recovering from staying up until 3:00 am with my 27 year old son, playing rummy and playing with the Korg Triton.

It was a big hit, by the way. Phew! Dodged another bullet. #-o

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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by Shawnee » Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:59 pm

"staying up until 3:00 am *Christmas Eve..."

Whoa. Try and stay with me, brain.

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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by organsymphony » Mon Dec 29, 2008 2:23 am

Shawnee wrote:Organsymphony, I'm thinking some serious funk, maybe go back to the 70's. I wish I could think of an example, but I'm still recovering from staying up until 3:00 am with my 27 year old son, playing rummy and playing with the Korg Triton.

It was a big hit, by the way. Phew! Dodged another bullet. #-o

maybe the 70s funk is for another medley :P perhaps we can slide a bit in.. but i think were sticking to the 80s pop for now! maybe some of the late 70s that was basically '80s music'.


i think a 70s funk medley would actually be pretty cool!

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Re: 80s Synth Medley (3 guys, 6 synths!)

Post by Shawnee » Mon Dec 29, 2008 4:12 am

Honey, I'm so old all those decades are blending in together. I'm at the point where it was Guy Lombardo, then Bill Haley and the Comets, then American Bandstand, and after that, who knows.

Superstition by Stevie Wonder would be a good one, and I think that was 80's. There was a lot of good keyboard stuff in the 80's, but I remember one of my boyfriends in the late 60's who played a Hammond organ in a band. That was a new sound then!

Whatever you do, keep on keepin' on! You're good, you're fun to watch and listen to.

And keep us posted so we can see your latest!

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