MATRIXSYNTH: Irene Cara's ''Fame'' 16th-note sequence

Sunday, September 03, 2017

Irene Cara's ''Fame'' 16th-note sequence

Published on Sep 2, 2017 SynthMania

"Viewer request: 16th synth pattern from Irene Cara's ''Fame'' song. I couldn't find much information on the synth used, other than the synth player in this song is Ken Bichel, a very famous NY keyboard session player: and I've seen photos of his ARP 2600, but was also in Gershon Kingsley's First Moog Quartet, so could also be a Moog or other synth:
"Bichel attended the Juilliard School where he graduated with a master's degree in piano performance in 1969. While at Juilliard he met Gershon Kingsley and Robert Moog, the inventor of the music synthesizer. He became a founding member of Kingsley's First Moog Quartet, a live performance synthesizer ensemble, and was recognized as the preeminent synthesizer authority in the New York recording industry from that time on" -"

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