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AndrewRemington

My Jan Hammer DX7 Tribute

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Matt5

I also thought nice work on the "Starcycle" vibe :balloon:

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Tony D.

Very nice Miami Vice, "feel."  Thanks, Jerry B. ! :thumbsup:

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Matt5
11 minutes ago, Tony D. said:

Very nice Miami Vice, "feel."  Thanks, Jerry B. ! :thumbsup:

Yes - I agree a great vice vibe Tony :)

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Jerry B.

Thanks for your comments, guys. Never heard about starcycle...

Btw, music on my SC page has been scored in 1989 and I think there's 6 or 7 songs on.

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Den Taylor

Nice Work, Andrew! I can definitely tell your MV and 80's influence. And nice choice of DX7 patches there.  :D

It's kind of amazing how more and more people are making such music, MV-style but also Retrowave in general. There can never be enough MV music! I will actually join those ranks too as I've been working on a full MV-like tribute album. ;-) I'm only using softsynths though. For instance, FM7 by Native Instruments which is the emulation for the DX7. It is really remarkable in itself and I think you can actually do more with it given the possibilities within a DAW than using just the hardware. And the sound is spot on too IMO. May I ask you what DAW you use Andrew and how much you paid for the DX7? (Just out of curiosity. ;-) You can also PM me if you wish)
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Zitat

 It was used on a lot of my favorite pop and rock songs of the 80s as well.

For instance? :o)

p.s.: Love Harold too! My favorite is the Warehouse theme from Beverly Hills Cop. Kind of vicish too, isn't it?
 

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