10 Iconic Depeche Mode Intros

11 Oct 2021

Some iconic Depeche Mode intros and openings.
Live sequenced and played on a variety of 80s synths, samplers and drum machines.

Master and Servant (Some Great Reward) 1984
New Life (Speak and Spell) 1981
Just Can't Get Enough (Speak and Spell) 1981
Meaning of Love (A Broken Frame) 1982
Nothing to Fear (A Broken Frame) 1982
Everything Counts (Construction Time Again) 1983
New Dress (Black Celebration) 1986
Agent Orange (Music For the Masses) 1987
Enjoy the Silence (Violator) 1990
Never Let Me Down Again (Music For the Masses) 1987
World in My Eyes (Violator) 1990 - Outro music

Gear used:
Emax 2, Casio CZ1000, E-MU Drumulator, Akai S700, Sequential TOM, Roland Alpha Juno, Sequential Six-Trak, Yamaha TX816, Korg Poly-61, Roland JX-8P.

Every segment is sequenced by Nuendo DAW with midi sync going to a Doepfer MSY2 that provides necessary trigger sync to drum machines when needed.
The Emax 2 and Roland Alpha Juno 2 is played live, while other sounds and parts have been overdubbed.

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Growing up I listened to so much synth-pop and it's only natural that my own music takes inspiration from many of the acts I loved back then. I still love them and listen to them!

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