ITGITC Posted November 12, 2013 Share Posted November 12, 2013 OK, Dan just came upon a Moog Voyager that's as sweet as it can be. KLONK! There are so many excellent recordings that exhibit why the Moog is at the top of the list with regards to lead synths. But I am wondering, is it your #1? If cost wasn't much of an issue, and you wanted to buy a lead synth today, would it be the Moog? KLONK! Oh, and one more thing... On which tunes would you use it? I think I'd have to pull out the Zawinul catalog. I'd start with this: [video:youtube]F02mBkBoMQw By the way, can anyone identify all the keyboards and effects Joe is using in this video. I count six. But it's dark and I could be missing some. What's the top board? He's got the Moog in the middle with the control panel on his left. On the bottom, it sounds like a Rhodes being played through a Leslie or a chorus box. But from the wide shots, it looks like a grand piano shape. He's got the Oberheim (four-voice?) on the right. What's under the Oberheim? What's to the right of the Oberheim? An ARP? (See the Birdland video around 4:46.) What else can you identify? [video:youtube]AuAMSE_xck4 [video:youtube]i8q6sR6yZCE "Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent." - Victor Hugo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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