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Jarre's WAITING FOR COUSTEAU album, which synths were used?


Post Posted Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:47 pm
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Great infos and trick suggestion, Pete! :mrgreen:
Thanks very much!

Could be similar trick on a wavetable the one I heard coming from Microwave1.
I will look for the Dynacord ADD-One drum sounds or similar ones then.
Post Posted Tue Jun 09, 2015 10:52 pm
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Analog-Umph wrote: We must all work together towards obtaining the power of the snap, for that is the path to becoming masters of the universe! :peacemaan:
:LOL Analog-Umph! :mrgreen:
ok scheduling now a collective Reiki session for quantum path to rule the universe! :nod:
give me your wavelength address!
Post Posted Wed Jun 10, 2015 1:36 pm
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:LOL Analog-Umph! :mrgreen:
ok scheduling now a collective Reiki session for quantum path to rule the universe! :nod:
give me your wavelength address!
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Post Posted Wed Jun 10, 2015 2:06 pm
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I use biophotons.
don't worry, no barriers can stop them!
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Post Posted Sat Jun 13, 2015 12:54 am
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Polarity wrote:I bring back this old topic because I'm interested in replicating one sound of Calypso part 2.

That kind of click/snap/snack that you can hear in repetition at about 2.20 - 2.28 - 2.35 - 2.44
an so on
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQsjTbWDln0

if these
> AKAI S1000
> FAIRLIGHT CMI-II
> ARP 2600
> ELKA Synthex
> KORG T3
> ROLAND D-50
> ROLAND SH-101
are the instruments he used on the album, what could have used for doing it?

In 1989-90 I remember to have heard almost the same sound coming from the Waldorf Microwave 1: I was in a music instruments store, but it wasn't me playing the synth in that moment... but that sound just impressed in my memory.
Never had a Microwave in my hands again, so I don't know how it was done (could be a wavetable trick beside analog filter manipulation?)

Please, any suggestion on what kind of synth is best to try and on what parameters work most for obtaining the same power of the snap?
Thank you in advance.
If its the sound I think you are on about I have a wav file that I downloaded from another site http://jarrologmusic.free.fr/patchs/listing.php its under the d-50 section as noiseshot.wav apparently its was from F. Rimbert distributed by bank Keyboards I think its the one but in the track it has some delay and other effects, I'm currently working on a cover of Calypso II so have been experimenting with this sound. See what you think

Chris
Post Posted Sat Jun 13, 2015 1:09 am
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thanks! yep, seems it could be that one!
so it was made with a D-50?!

could be very good for me, because I own a D-550 :)
Post Posted Sat Jun 13, 2015 1:12 am
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Yeah so it would seem, but I don't know what the patch is I have pretty much all the patches to be found on the internet but non sound like this.

I thought it was a sample just run through a drum machine or something alike.

I've got both a D-550 & 50
Post Posted Sat Jun 13, 2015 1:13 am
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or maybe not... uhm. compared to the the album sound it's not exactly that one.
could be filtered through some other analog filter though.
Post Posted Sat Jun 13, 2015 1:21 am
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Anything is possible, I have the official Song Book for Waiting for Cousteau and according to the percussion section those sounds are low agogo but as we know the song books arn't always correct.

If you discover anything let us know and I'll do the same

Chris
Post Posted Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:55 pm
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sure!
I'll let you know if I get something good when I will try to replicate that sound in some way .
Thanks for your help in the meanwhile :)







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