At 08:10 AM 4/1/2008, Mike Loewen wrote:
It's a "Polyfusion Modular System"
synthesizer, as used by Toto.
And that's Steve Pocaro of Toto in that picture.
When I worked at Sight & Sound Music Software circa 1984, one of
our team of six was Ralph Dyck, who played synth on albums
like "Toto IV" and "Turn Back".
He had worked at Roland and worked on our DOS-based MIDI editing
and recording program, quite proficient in C and x86 assembler.
I believe this is a description of his demo of our software:
Here's a description of Dyck's MC8, a TTL-based 1024-note sequencer
His son is an accomplished digital musician, too: http://www.jeffvandyck.com/
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