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I'm a synthesizer player and producer from Bristol UK. I've played in various bands since the early 1980's and musical styles have varied over the years from New Romantic, Rock, Rock/Dance, Trance and various electronica. Not sure what I'm doing now, but I'm enjoying creating more than ever.

I love my synthesizers and particularly playing them live, which you don't see around that often. Moog Voyager Old School - lovely woodwork, Nord Stage compact, Dave Smith Mopho keyboard connected to a Tetra. Moog Phatty sitting in corner now and considering selling it. Doepfer A-100 modular synthesizer - 2 suitcases nearly full. Korg Electribe SX - drum sampler. Korg Radias rack. And various softsynths - particularly Atmosphere, Stylus, Reaktor, Absynth and Arturia ARP 2600. I use Cubase PC although my friends keep trying to convince me to change.

Hyperdust James Bragg, Bristol, Britain (UK)

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  • Dr Who Theme Tune on Minimoog Old School - check out the video

    Hyperdust on September 27, 2011 21:52
  • Minimoog Sample & Hold Improvisation

    Hyperdust on May 02, 2011 21:51
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    Don't You Want Me Baby - backing

    Hyperdust on May 02, 2011 21:30
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  • Mad World - backing Artwork

    Mad World - backing

    Hyperdust on May 02, 2011 21:30
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  • Tainted Love - backing Artwork

    Tainted Love - backing

    Hyperdust on May 02, 2011 21:30
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  • The Model - backing - check the video Artwork

    The Model - backing - check the video

    Hyperdust on January 28, 2011 10:09
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