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Posted on: January 28, 2009 @ 10:48 AM
CesarSound
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Hi,
I am willing to do a rendition of song Live to Tell (Madonna) instrumental version on my Motif XS.

I need your help to identify the synths that were used in this song. I gess it was a DX7, but I am not sure. Also there is a synth bass.

Please listen the attachment and tell me.


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Posted on: February 02, 2009 @ 12:55 AM
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Re: Help me identify the synths used in this song

Most of them DX7. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif alt= The EP, Bass, There is bell in the beginning too. Its like a sugar stack bell. Then Synth string on the DX too. HAHAHAHAHA It seems this entire song was made on a DX. and the drums… I have all these sounds on a Yamaha RX5. lol. Many times layer the bell with the EP to give them Depth. On the MOTIF ES straight out the box there is a patch called Yamaha EP’s that will do well and the strings can be controlled using the faders...even the bell. Hope it helps. Peace.

BTW..use a patch called OBsynth...along with the strings in some places will add loads of warmth...just watch the volume.

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Posted on: February 03, 2009 @ 08:24 AM
CesarSound
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Re: Help me identify the synths used in this song

Hi strawberryjam,
thanks for all these information. I really like the DX7 sounds, so I am thinking about buy one used.

I will try to follow your tips. The only sounds that I don’t have is the drums RX5.

Best Regards,
Julio.

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