MATRIXSYNTH: Coca-Cola Star Snacks Drive In Intermission Snipe (1979)

Thursday, August 13, 2020

Coca-Cola Star Snacks Drive In Intermission Snipe (1979)


FT Depot

"35mm scan of a Coke commercial"

Some serious synth action in this. Curious what was used. The year was supposedly 1979.

Update: CR Wallace in the comments suggested this might be from Suzanne Ciani who was doing commercials for Coke at the time. That would make sense; from this happy birthday post: "In 1974 she formed her own company, Ciani/Musica, and, using a Buchla Analog Modular Synthesizer, composed scores for television commercials for corporations such as Coca-Cola, Merrill Lynch, AT&T and General Electric."

You can find some the commercials in this previous post from 2009.

P.S.  That might make for some Buchla vs. Moog Popcorn above at :24 seconds in.  :)

The following is the classic "Pop & Pour' Coca-Cola Logo" w/ some Buchla fizz.

Pop & Pour' Coca-Cola Logo

Suzanne Ciani - Topic

3 comments:

  1. Wasn't this done by Suzanne Ciani's company? I believe they had a contract with Coca Cola at this time period, and it totally sounds like it may be.

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    1. Thanks! I think you are right. Post updated with some additional info.

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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fLpLZxVUHE&list=PLJPztq7aAo9zR17frOo6-SUuzsmDWcDaw&index=14&t=0s

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