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Actually I did use a Nord Lead on that Tour but it wasn't mine. I leased it from Midijr.

 

I was just being silly. I shouldn't do things like that. I went to far that time.

"It doesn't have to be difficult to be cool" - Mitch Towne

 

"A great musician can bring tears to your eyes!!!

So can a auto Mechanic." - Stokes Hunt

 

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Wait a minute that was like 1990. Back when hardware was still HARDware.

 

Try asking one of these guys.

 

Keyboards: Jai Winding, Kevin Kendrick and Mike McKnight

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So can a auto Mechanic." - Stokes Hunt

 

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Given that Mike was on the gig, I'll say it doesn't matter, because most of it was on Digital Performer playback tracks. ;)

 

Ahem. :snax:

 

Dude knows his stuff when it comes to DP.

 

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So can a auto Mechanic." - Stokes Hunt

 

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On a serious (ahem!) note... This info is probably easily found on the internet, somewhere (anywhere but here!). :hand:

 

But a good first guess would be: Anything new from that era: Korg M1, Roland D50 or JD800, Yamaha DX7-II or SY-77, Maybe the latest Kurzweil. Along with said MOTU-DP playback MIDI tracks.

 

And who knows, maybe she had her keyboard guys still use the old standby from her first/second album, her trusty old Juno 60 (or the 106 for its MIDI capability).

Kurzweil PC3, Yamaha MOX8, Alesis Ion, Kawai K3M
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