each to their own - D50 was used on many a hit too - it's just harder to programme than a knob laden synth
You should do your own trailer for your next video complete with "voice over guy" and Little Dave. Once you've sobered up that is....
Orange all over might've been better - maybe some black or white accents instead of the green. Inspired me to build a fixie anyway. Great job!
nice to see and hear a synthesiser aficionado embracing analog emulation softsynths (I liked his reply to the "hands on" argument) - what a great down-to-earth guy.
Great version - BUT your tutorial uses different chord inversions to how you play here
watch the entire film here on YouTube and if like me you watched this as a kid and have never seen it since - you'll appreciate it and enjoy it in an entirely new light. It's actually not as sad as you think it is (unless of course you want to cling to your teary moments - in which case I'll leave you with your childhood memories). That said..... this song still gets you though.
what a great interviewer he is... Enthuisiastic, engaging, well researched and interacts without false pretense. Bet the actors think he's a breath of fresh air!
anyone else expecting a Spandau Ballet parody? Though actually this was funny - (did the Marmite inspire you).
cost? not really, Profit margins probably.
Musical instrument manufactures are way behind consumer tech. Touchscreens, c'mon they are everywhere. Why just "iPad" too? Roland need to tap into the alternatives. However, for the money, it's a poweful module and will sell by the bucket load - unlike I suspect the JP80. Pity it doesn't have arpeggiators.
nice workstation - but why are these instrument manufacturers years behind the rest of technological products when it comes to storage? 4GB ROM. Yeah it's impressive in comparison, but come on - GigaBytes are as cheap as chips these days - so is there any reason why we shouldn't now be seeing "x"-hundreds of GB for ROM and un-compressed samples as standard?