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Desc:V shows off his custom rig for composing, built by Bill Marshall and Pete Kellock in the mid 1980s
Category:Arts, Educational
Tags:keyboard, greece, Synthesizer, Vangelis, automation
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StanleyPain - 2017-01-23
It's a cool rig, but I have been hard pressed to enjoy anything Vangelis has released since he went full-on digital. The sound just isn't the same. He recently put out a new album, but it just sounds like every other new agey/stock film music composer out there; it has very little character to it. It's nothing compared to what he was doing in the late 70s to mid 80s.
betabox - 2017-01-23
It's a rig for performing, and indeed a very cool one. I especially love the motorized rotating selector thingies.

But composing happens in your head.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2017-01-24
"But composing happens in your head."

Its the opposite for me. Usually any songs I *think* of, when I go to lay them down I end up realising they're lame. I come up with my good stuff when I'm just messing around on some instruments / jamming.

Old_Zircon - 2017-01-24
qasion3 months ago
What in the world he just did, is he fucking for real? :-)
Scrimmjob - 2017-01-24
I've always thought Vangelis was a bit of a fancy lad, surprised to see him wearing New Balance's.
kingarthur - 2017-01-24
THat is impressive. I'd like to play it.
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