Category: Classic Rock

Modular Synphony (1st Movement) - Patrick Moraz - Human Interface (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. You have true 3-note, analog polyphony. You have a handy on-board keypad that works great for lead runs (especially useful for long slides with the portamento turned up). There's a MIDI-in jack. The sequencer is great - it's a step sequencer, but you can run it at 1/4 tempo to create beat patterns. You get some fantastic sounds. It looks.
  2. Zen Cart! Patrick Moraz - Human Interface - CD - Track Listing 1. Light Elements 2. Beyond Binary 3. Cin-a-Maah 4. Stormtroops on Loops 5. Modular Symphony, 1st Movement 5. Modular Symphony (First Movement) 6. Go to Ophioplomel Patrick Moraz's eighties transition to synths was one that dismayed many fans of his fine piano and analog work, but occasionally he produces a decent electronic album.
  3. Tears formed in my eyes. Grateful tears, happy, blissful tears. This masterpiece sounds better today than it did 20 years ago. I have been a Patrick Moraz fan for nearly 35 years. This recording is a testimony to his brilliance, his genius, his charisma. I highly recommend "Human Interface". Style /5(9).
  4. Human Interface is a music studio album recording by PATRICK MORAZ (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(1).
  5. Dec 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Patrick Moraz - Human Interface at Discogs. Complete your Patrick Moraz collection/5(24).
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  7. Patrick Moraz's eighties transition to synths was one that dismayed many fans of his fine piano and analog work, but occasionally he produces a decent electronic mettbicicherfickcimaliscanerniho.coinfo much of this electronic instrumental album treads water, the slowly building and soaring opening track "Light Elements" does rank among the best of his work.
  8. May 27,  · Did you know that, although Patrick Moraz only composed the one track for a Moody Blues album (The Spirit from The Other Side of Life with Graeme Edge), his music from the Human Interface album was used for the entrance and exit of the band from the stage: Modular Symphony (1st Movement) and Light Elements respectively?

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