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New England Digital Synclavier Song List

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Illustration of NED Synclavier II
NED Synclavier II (1980)

Table of Songs featuring New England Digital Synclavier

Artist Song Year Notes Reference Media URL
Michael Jackson Dirty Diana 1988 "The opening sound character for "Dirty Diana," for example, was created by Denny Jaeger, a Synclavier expert and designer from the Bay Area. When Jackson heard about Jaeger and his library of new sound characters and soundscapes, he reached out and enlisted him for Bad. Jaeger's sounds ultimately appeared on both "Dirty Diana" and "Smooth Criminal." The Atlantic YouTube
Giorgio Morooder Cat People (Original Soundtrack)(album) 1982 Synthesizers: Synclavier II, Minimoog, Polymoog, Prophet 5, Roland Jupiter 8, Linn Drum Machine, Wurlitzer Electric Discogs YouTube
Hazel O'Connor (Martin Rushent Producer) Don't Touch Me 1984 "When endorsing Korg’s PSS-50 Programmable Super Section for a magazine advert, Rushent was enthusing about a record which “apart from voice” was “all written and performed on one synth” – that album was HAZEL O’CONNOR’s ‘Smile’. From it, the moody single ‘Don’t Touch Me’ was very art school Weimar Cabaret with some very passionate vocals from O’Connor, constructed around a Synclavier with its distinct period bass and brass sounds." Electricity Club YouTube
Soft Cell Tainted Love 1981 'Ball credits Mike Thorne for his role in producing [Tainted Love]..."He put a Synclavier on Tainted Love when no one had heard of a digital synth before". Electronic Sound issue 86 - March 2022 YouTube