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[This article](http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/mar05/articles/classictracks.htm), on the making of New Order's singles *True Faith* and *1963,* notes that "when New Order commenced working with Stephen Hague, they brought an interesting array of gear into the studio: a Yamaha QX1 sequencer, a rackmounted Octave Voyetra 8 polyphonic synth, a DX5 that provided most of the bass sounds and which Hague succinctly describes as 'Yamaha's attempt to put two DX7s under one roof — it weighed a ton'."more
During Legowelt’s Studio Tour for *Future Music Magazine*, At 9:23 Legowelt shows us his Yamaha DX5, which in his words is a “fancier version than the [Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer](http://equipboard.com/items/yamaha-dx7-synthesizer), basically two DX-7s in one giant case”. Legowelt has his DX5 running through his [MoogerFooger MF-104M Analog Delay](http://equipboard.com/items/moogerfooger-mf-104m-analog-delay), which he describes as giving a “warmer” sound.more