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see DX7 page (A special nomination from Will Alexander, Keith Emerson's collaborator, programmer, and producer.) Marimba ostinati, Wimpy brass. "Super" bass. FM sound recently had a resurgence on computer soundcards, but we may be free of it any decade now. 9. E-mu Emulator II shakuhachi
Korg M1 Lore The underwater windchimey thing heard on a thousand commercials. But what is it? Jack Hotop of Korg reports, "Originally, Michael Brecker brought the sample back from England, passed it to Robbie Kilgore, I got it from Robbie, and we stuck it in the DSS-1 library. But when it came time to do the M1 ROM, we had to truncate stuff, so I gave the file to Charlie Bright at Korg R&D. He relooped it, remapped it, and trunc'ed it down. When we used it in subsequent ROMS, it would keep getting chopped up, and when you chop up something rhythmic like that, the loop changes somewhat. So people who have the DSS-1 version will have one kind of loop; if anyone's lucky enough to have the files that Robbie and Michael had, that's a different version of it, and the M1 version is different from the M3R version, which is kind of similar to the 01/W version and the X version. So it exists in many forms, ant it's a really cool sound. No one knows what it is. Not even the people at Korg." There's some speculation, though, that Lore was originally a Fairlight sound. 17. M1 Pole
O Superman The uber-famous Fairlight syn vox. This breathy synthetic voice was also part of the Emulator II library, the Roland S-series samplers (Mary Ann vox), and made it even in the GM standard bank. Check out Art Of Noise's "Moments In Love", Laurie Anderson's "O' Superman" (probably not a good example but is reminiscent of that sound) D-50 "Star Trek Voices"
What's love got to do with it The synth used for this famous harmonica sound was the Yamaha DX7. (actually, a preset on a DX7 library cartridge). Brass/Synth Brass The "Wish you were here" analog synth-brass 2b1af7f3a8