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Jan Hammer with Memorymoog

 
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rluther
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2004 3:44 pm    Post subject: Jan Hammer with Memorymoog Reply with quote

Here's an old publicity picture of Jan Hammer playing a Memorymoog on the Charlie Rose show.
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THM



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2004 4:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great pic !!
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oldsynthguy



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PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2005 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is that a Moog 15 and Fairlight monitor / QWERTY keyboard I see in the background?

I'm looking for recommendations on some good Jan Hammer albums. I've got "Escape from Television" and I really like it. I also have an older album with an old car on the cover which I don't like so much. And then there's the Mahavishnu Orchestra music which is a little too technical for me. Does he have anything else similar to "Escape"?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2005 2:05 am    Post subject: Jan's other kbds. Reply with quote

Yes, that is a Fairlight CMI Monitor and Alphanumic Keyboard in the photo. Jan did use the CMI (Computer Musical Instrument)

I was not present when the photo was taken but it does look like a System 15 size portable cabinet. I think he had one. (He has lots of stuff including a bunch of Oberheim SEM's in a big box to play polyphonically with his custom remote keyboard controller. This was before integrated polysynths were available)

I worked at Moog when the Memorymoog was invented. I was the Northeast Sales Manager as well as a programmer for the Factory Presets in the Memorymoog. (A great deal of them are mine.)
After leaving Moog, I worked for Fairlight Instruments and I had worked some shows that jan did representing us on the Fairlight CMI.

A really nice guy too!

John
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2005 2:06 am    Post subject: Jan's other kbds. Reply with quote

Yes, that is a Fairlight CMI Monitor and Alphanumic Keyboard in the photo. Jan did use the CMI (Computer Musical Instrument)

I was not present when the photo was taken but it does look like a System 15 size portable cabinet. I think he had one. (He has lots of stuff including a bunch of Oberheim SEM's in a big box to play polyphonically with his custom remote keyboard controller. This was before integrated polysynths were available)

I worked at Moog when the Memorymoog was invented. I was the Northeast Sales Manager as well as a programmer for the Factory Presets in the Memorymoog. (A great deal of them are mine.)
After leaving Moog, I worked for Fairlight Instruments and I had worked some shows that jan did representing us on the Fairlight CMI.

A really nice guy too!

John
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2005 2:07 am    Post subject: Jan's other kbds. Reply with quote

Yes, that is a Fairlight CMI Monitor and Alphanumic Keyboard in the photo. Jan did use the CMI (Computer Musical Instrument)

I was not present when the photo was taken but it does look like a System 15 size portable cabinet. I think he had one. (He has lots of stuff including a bunch of Oberheim SEM's in a big box to play polyphonically with his custom remote keyboard controller. This was before integrated polysynths were available)

I worked at Moog when the Memorymoog was invented. I was the Northeast Sales Manager as well as a programmer for the Factory Presets in the Memorymoog. (A great deal of them are mine.)
After leaving Moog, I worked for Fairlight Instruments and I had worked some shows that Jan did representing us on the Fairlight CMI.

A really nice guy too!

John
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