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    Some of the best producers ever on its sanctuaries (IMHO)

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    Alan Parson, mid eighties

    Michael Stearn mid 80ies



    Yes!Jean Michel Jarre


    Jean Michel Jarre recording OXYGEN


    Brian Eno.

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    All that shiny gear -- and all you need now is a PowerBook! *LOL

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    setups like those are inspiring in themselves. if you ever feel uninspired all you have to do is look around at all of your cool gear!

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    Originally posted by Engenerator
    setups like those are inspiring in themselves. if you ever feel uninspired all you have to do is look around at all of your cool gear!
    Very very very inspiring.

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    Alan Parson was no doubt in the middle of sampling his phone with the Fairlight...

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    Originally posted by Hades
    Alan Parson was no doubt in the middle of sampling his phone with the Fairlight...
    LOL
    Could be...
    I feel MOOG'ed today...
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    How he could focus composing with one of those noisy telephones so close?

    And Brian Eno's studio seems very simple. He must really knows how to use the DX7 (I think Eno's keyboards on "Where the Streets have no name" intro is the DX7) cause he has two of them.
    Maybe that's the studio that he has on the bathroom....

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    Martin Gore composing with its mighty JD 800. they used it a lot on Songs of Faith and Devotion.

    http://www.mute.com/dm/martin_l.jpg

    Mark Bell


    Underworld home studio

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    All those big synths. Do they still sell them?
    Believe in yourself. God is music

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