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Read more about how we test. Flat Beat. Made famous by the French movie director and techno composer Mr. An aggressive, highly resonant and powerful synth bass sound that was very much in vogue during the s. Take my breath away. This was a very typical bass sound heard in the s.
King Tut. Paul Hardcastle has used this type of bass patch, with lots of "bite", in many of his compositions, including "Rain Forest" and, in the mp3 example, "King Tut". Acperience Everybody needs a The "Persuaders" synth bass. This is the incredibly beautiful "Persuaders theme", by the great John Barry of the James Bond theme. Mentasm Charly Dominator. Insomnia Encore Une Fois. In a Future Music interview Orinoco Flow. Yet another famous D preset, this is a lovely sound that defines New Age pieces.
Roland D "Staccato Heaven". Staccato Heaven. One of the reasons why I bought Come To Me - Various - MGZN-E - Magazine Vol. 2 (File D in instead of an M1. An innovation at the time, this famous D preset utilized short loops that gave the instrument instant character. One of the most easily recognizable synthesizer sounds of all time. Glass Voices. The perfect pad for many applications. Korg M1 Universe.
Together with "Staccato Heaven", one of my favorite presets of all time. Come To Me - Various - MGZN-E - Magazine Vol. 2 (File Butter's success is an irresistible electro-pop piece. Gary Numan used that Polymoog preset for the great mega-analog synth lead in his hit song. Minimoog in "Catherine Parr". The Moog Minimoog is probably the most famous synthesizer ever made.
Night in motion. From Cubic MP3) "Night in motion". From the Beginning. Different and rich in personality, this sound appears, as usual with ELP, at the end of a pretty standard guitar song, and changes the atmosphere completely.
The "Enola Gay" synth sound. Enola Gay. Famous hit song by the new wave band "Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark" OMD This cool sound was apparently sourced from the unpretentious Korg micro-preset! Axel F. A s hit for Harold Faltermeyer. In the air tonight True. Phil Collins for "In the air tonight" and Spandau Ballet for "True" both reportedly used this great analog synth for their pads. A characteristic early house stab, popularized by the band "Snap".
Great analog synth brass, made famous by the song "Jump", by Van Halen, and by the great - ironically - guitarist Eddie. From Yellow Magic Orchestra's hit, this is a cross between an organ and a synth sound - a popular combination in the late '70s.
No Limit. From 2Unlimited's hit song, this was a typical detuned-synth Techno sound. This was a sound that Chick Corea used very often during his "electrik" period in the eighties.
This is a great sample found at the beginning of Fluke's hit "Absurd" from the album "Risotto". Say what you want about the Macarena, but the synth that opens the Bayside Boys' super-popular remix of the song is very particular and recognizable. Smack My Bitch Up. Liam reportedly used a Korg Prophecy for this infectious, distorted TBish synth lead. No Come To Me - Various - MGZN-E - Magazine Vol. 2 (File. Very particular-sounding, highly-resonant synth and dance hall reggae bass.
Sexy Boy. Featured all through Air's "Sexy Boy" from their breakthrough album "Moon Safari"this is a characteristic guttural, vocal-like and vocoded synth that gives the song a robotic aura. The "Duel" soft pad. I've always loved this song by Propaganda. The "Fade To Grey" synth bass, fx and pad.
Fade To Grey. A triumph of analog synthesis, this was Visage's big hit. The "Benny Benassi sound". Very, very cool dance synth lead. The "Sandstorm" techno synth lead. Darude's dance hit features an infectious some would say annoyingpiercing techno synth lead. The "Pullover" techno synth lead. The Cars' "Let's Go" oscillator-sync lead. Possibly taken from the Prophet-5 "Sync II" patchthis is a great-sounding, characteristic patch, with a great resonant filter effect.
Vocoder Kraftwerk style. Trans Europe Express. The Vocoder is. Do you believe. Yes, pop mega-diva Cher created a trend applying some kind of vocoding to her voice in "Do you believe in Life after Love". The Dream-House piano - aka the "Children" sound.
Riders on the Storm. Beautiful sound used by many 70's fusion players and more recently by Incognito with the Acid Jazz trend of the 90's. The Logical Song. A different sound from the Rhodes, and very, very characteristic. Ride on Time. Used in a lot of House tracks, especially in the "Italo-House" genre for its percussive tone. Hohner Clavinet. Superstition Chameleon. In the 70's, it was the Funk instrument par excellence. Korg M1 Perc Organ. Please Don't Go.
The mythical "17 Organ2" preset on the M1 defined House music of the early s. Back at the Chicken Shack. C3 vibrato, 3rd harmonic percussion, the first three drawbars all out Light My Fire. The sound of The Doors and many other 60's bands.
Similar to the Vox yet different, sligthly warmer and more nasal-sounding, deservedly one of the classic 60's combo organs. Won't get fooled again. At the beginning of the great Who song. The "Lucy in the sky with diamonds" intro organ sound. Lucy in the sky with diamonds. I remember reading that the organ used by the Beatles for the introduction to this hit was a Lowrey. Telstar Runaway. An awesome sounding, expressive early electronic keyboard!
No Woman No Cry. Awesome chorused sound, with some high drawbars out and leslie running. The Solina through phaser sound. Used in a lot of classic "teutonic rock", or "kosmische musik", and Jean Michel Jarre.
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