Depeche Mode Depeche Mode – I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead (Cover version) Roland JP-8000 demo 01.11.201310 комментариев1 466 views1 min read 10 комментариев Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Subscribe Second Depeche Mode cover version (I sometimes wish I was dead) made using a Roland JP-8000 for every sound. Cover Dead Demo Depeche JP8000 Mode Roland Sometimes version Wish You may also like Photo Martin Whore 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Martin Whore Source by madmermaiddd Photo Collector’s Pick 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Just Free Love ( 2016 , Los Angeles, the series of drawings inspired by Depeche Mode ) .Ink and felt pen on paper.Private collection , January 2017... Photo Просмотр изображения 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Burda Moden – April 1993 www.ms77.ru/… Source by bjanco9945 Photo Instagram post by 🎹 Depeche Mode Appreciation 🎹 • Nov 9, 2017 at 7:46pm UTC 6 месяцев agoDM-fan 734 отметок «Нравится», 12... Photo Planet DM 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Martin Gore (July 23, 1961) British keyboardist, o.a. known from the band Depeche Mode. Source by nurlilia Photo Martin Whore 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Martin Whore Source by krstalks Photo Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Depeche Mode, 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, Depeche Mode, Source by anna1anna2000 Photo Martin Whore 6 месяцев agoDM-fan Martin & Fletch [13/12/1984 | 12/04/1985(?)]Credit: [?]Sources:-eBay (09/2015); martinigore-InRock Magazine” Source by rotleiche 10 комментариев very very good version! how did you create the first intro sound ? thanks ! bravo!!! OMG. What planet are you from?! How are you doing this? Superb..I sold my synths years ago…I think I’ll buy one of these off ebay!!! Damn you are good at reproducing DM or what……..I don’t think I’ve ever heard better straight covers of their songs…..so many get notes and arrangements wrong……but YOU DON’T.:) One cuestion, how do you do to agroup all sounds? just with JP8000 or with another stuff? and the sounds of this cover are of JP8000 custom? Very great! Not easy to simualte the sound of old Yamaha CS, Moog Prodigy, ARP 2600 (kick and noise) with a virtual analog synth. Congratulation!! Awesome! Amazing how you manage to nail the exact patches :-) Another perfect job. Well done!