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In an interview with Universal Audio, when asked if he has a collection of vintage synthesizers, Stuart Price says, "Yes. But personally I only like to use a handful at a time to prevent tracks from becoming too general with a touch of everything. You need to live with each one for a while to get to its secrets. I love the Yamaha TX7... I like to have them around mainly for inspiration. In my experience, turning away and just focusing on a different object in front of you can yield good results." (original article source [here](http://www.uaudio.com/blog/artist-interview-stuart-price/))more
Module of the DX7. This synth was designed to be hooked up to- and edited with your DX 7, there's no other way to it. Ofcourse a DX 7 editor will get you a long way, but why not get both? They're cheap and you'll have full FM power coming out of your speakers... owwwwwwwww... That will keep you happy for a long time!more
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