MATRIXSYNTH: The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun (Isolated Strings and Moog)

Sunday, January 03, 2021

The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun (Isolated Strings and Moog)


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"Abbey Road 1969"

Wait for it...

And a couple more:

The Beatles - Maxwell's Silver Hammer (Isolated Electric Guitar and Moog)

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Audio comes in about :40 seconds followed by the Moog.

And one featuring Genesis:

Genesis - Abacab LP version (isolated Prophet 10, ARP Quadra, drums and voice)
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"In 1981 and 1982, Genesis were on tour promoting their Abacab album. For keyboard player Tony Banks, this must have been a very different experience compared with the tours of the 1970s. Gone was his Mellotron, gone was his RMI Electrapiano, and gone was his ARP Pro Soloist. And, most relevant to this month's discussion, gone was his Hammond T-series organ, to be replaced by a dual-manual Sequential Circuits Prophet 10.

During the intro to Abacab, after Mike Rutherford's solo, Tony plays the organ sound on the Prophet 10, underneath the ARP Quadra on which he plays the lead sound."

Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer Prophet-5 synth track
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Crazy to think how raw this sounds out of the mix.

Modern English - I Melt with You keys track
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Comes in at 1:30. See this post for the synth.

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