During a studio tour with Future Music Magazine, Steve Mac says [@ 13:10] about his Studio Electronics Midi Moog: “This is basically a real Minimoog but in a rack version which was made by Studio Electronics. This thing sounds absolutely massive. Just like a Minimoog, basically. It's got a few more controls on it, obviously because it's midi. You've got more aftertouch and things like that in the controls. We sort of always go to that for bass as well as the Roland SH-5. I love using the Midi Moog for sub-bass. The sine wave on it is absolutely huge. That's the Minimoog thing, you just press one of the keys and it shakes the room. It's just known for that."more
Although boasting a lush sound, the album was recorded largely at Paul's Rhythm Ranch studio on a single tascam 16-track with a Studiomaster desk. Synths used include: Roland D-50, Akai S1000 and S3000, Kork M1R, Waldorf Microwave, Roland Super Jupiter module, Oberheim Matrix 1000, Yamaha TX802, Minimoog, MIDIMoog, Oberheim Two-Voice, Roland Jupiter 8 and SH-101.more
From the FAW page found on The Enigma Archive: "From the credits of various albums, it is known that Michael Cretu uses or has used the Waveframe 1000, Audi Frame Workstation, MIDIMoog, PPG System, Korg M1, C-Lab Notator, Takamine 6 and 12 String, Tom Anderson Electric Guitars, Otari DTR-900, Akai 900, Linn 9000, Prophet 2002, X-Pander, EMS Vocoder, DX-7, and Roland Super Jupiter."more
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