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Synth and Software’s Top 10 Synthesists

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TANGERINE DREAM: Though they had already recorded four improvised albums with limited electronics, it was 1974’s Phaedra, along with the albumsRubicon and Stratosfear, that thoroughly transformed the electronic music landscape and gave birth to a style called the Berlin School. Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann, and Chris Franke’s Moog modular sequences, VCS3 textures, and ethereal Mellotron melodies combined to create a unique atmospheric style that has influenced generations of synthesists.

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