Don Lewis - Programming The DX7 | Podcast

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Don Lewis - Programming The DX7 | Podcast

Post by N i g e l »

:thumbup: I was lured in for the DX anicdotes/gossip and stayed for the Don Lewis, a name which was unfamiliar to me.

Just catching up on uTube, here is one amazing piece on the
Roland VP550 : swing low sweet chariot -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBG8T2f3uBE
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What a legend Don was. Lewis I mean. Not Was. Was not talking about Was and also not Was Not Was.

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My god, literally.
A perfect fusion, of Soul, and technology.
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"He created an instrument called the Live Electronic Orchestra (LEO), which integrated multiple instruments under a controller system and predated the MIDI controller by ten years."

"Lewis designed LEO in 1974 and completed it in 1977 by linking various synthesizers to work together in live performance."

Wo :shocked:

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https://www.soundonsound.com/people/don ... x7-podcast
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