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In a SoundOnSound article from Nov 2006, The Future Sound of London talk about the creation of their song "Papua New Guinea". Garry Cobain talks about the melodies in the track, and mentions using the Roland JX-3P Synthesizer:
""'Papua New Guinea' is a very good example of the way we were working back then," says Cobain. "When you look at that track, the melodic sensibility of it was mine. I wrote, sequenced and played the JX3P top-line synth part live, I did the same for the strings — a one-note pad in the sampler, triggered from the 1040, with each of the chords being three notes worked out and played — and an engineer we were working with also gave me this one-note harp sample, that, basically, could go from C-0 to G-8 right across the keyboard"
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