Song: Boys Say Go! Band: Depeche Mode Album(s): Speak & Spell Year: 1981 Genre: Synthpop, New wave.

Download this track at: http://snd.sc/iyLd2s Be sure to see my Cubase screen-capture version of this track for a dissection of all the different parts: http:…
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  • OK, I finally got around to making a screen-capture of my Cubase session for this, which you can find a link to in the video description.

  • OK, I finally got around to making a screen-capture of my Cubase session for this, which you can find a link to in the video description.

  • This is fucking awesome. I have owned this song for 31 years and this sounds soooo damn close. You my friend have done a superb job.

  • i’m flattered! i suppose i should post a video showing my cubase file and soloing all the individual parts to put the doubters to rest…

  • i don’t know what you mean. i used the 5.1 mix as a reference to hear all the parts clearly, then i recreated all the parts from scratch using the CS01II as the only sound source. there are NO samples or other material from the original DM recording used here.

  • You’re using the 5.1 mix as a back track. What part are you playing??? The drum and the snare??? C’mon

  • Absolutley Brillilant! I have a CS01 and now I wish I have the CS01 II! Great accomplishment on the prestine accuracy of these classic Speak-n-Spell tracks. We’re close in age, born in ’68 and I’ve been twiddling covers of every track on this album, first, with a Casio VL-! since 82 when I first bought the album at age 13… Again, Great Job!

  • yeah, getting mix/mastering to perfectly match the original is mostly a fool’s errand, so i get as close as i can and take license to make my version sound good on its own. mixing/mastering isn’t my forte, though, so i don’t get too anal at that stage. nevertheless, the ARP 2600 kick on the original does have alot of high-end resonance click…

  • just a little to much Hf on the bass drum & snare, but you already know that :) once again great work dude, with an infinite number of synths in front of us today, all we really need is a little limitation & determination to get the best out of anything..