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 Post subject: Logos...wake up!
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 2:02 pm 
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Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html

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 Post subject: Re: Logos
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Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


Interesting - mind you I did mention "wake up" at work and got instantly ribbed for TD having to rouse its fans from slumber mid-gig.

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Interesting fact that :wink: :arrow:

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 Post subject: Re: Logos
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24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)

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 Post subject: Re: Logos
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JD wrote:
24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)


Well TD said in several interviews that what the sample said...they should know

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24db wrote:
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24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)


Well TD said in several interviews that what the sample said...they should know


Really ? I didnt know that ... :o in which case I stand corrected

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 Post subject: Re: Logos
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JD wrote:
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Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)



And i honestly thought it was "breakout" :roll: :lol:

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JD wrote:
24db wrote:
JD wrote:
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Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)


Well TD said in several interviews that what the sample said...they should know


Really ? I didnt know that ... :o in which case I stand corrected


No problem mate, people just think I make all of this up....sadly I don't ;) therefore can quote page numbers...if needed :)

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24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)



And i honestly thought it was "breakout" :roll: :lol:



yeah I can hear that too ....maybe its a low res sample and thats why it sounds nothing like Wake Up ?

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24db wrote:
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24db wrote:
JD wrote:
24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)


Well TD said in several interviews that what the sample said...they should know


Really ? I didnt know that ... :o in which case I stand corrected


No problem mate, people just think I make all of this up....sadly I don't ;) therefore can quote page numbers...if needed :)


No sure I never thought you made it up, I thought it was just comething people had guessed and agreed on. Actually though ...I would like to read one of those interviews if you have a link to hand :)

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 Post subject: Re: Logos
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JD wrote:
24db wrote:
JD wrote:
24db wrote:
JD wrote:
24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)


Well TD said in several interviews that what the sample said...they should know


Really ? I didnt know that ... :o in which case I stand corrected


No problem mate, people just think I make all of this up....sadly I don't ;) therefore can quote page numbers...if needed :)


No sure I never thought you made it up, I thought it was just comething people had guessed and agreed on. Actually though ...I would like to read one of those interviews if you have a link to hand :)


Nope...but I'll write the relevant bit out for you

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Thanks if you have the time :)

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JD wrote:
Thanks if you have the time :)


Ok the quote comes from:

Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music, Jan 1985, in article titled:
The Dream House TD were interviewed in their Berlin studio.

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Edgar-....When we're working in the studio we'll save sounds and patterns on floppy disks for stage use- sampled sounds for percussion are fixed in EPROMS which we had before the Oberheims and Linns which we now use. Sampled voice sounds can come off the Emulator driven by voltage control; the "Wake Up" sample we use on Logos was made with a Publison unit which we liked, but the company were never able to complete a disk storage unit for it."

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From memory Edgar used the same Publison sampler for some of the weird sounds on Firestarter

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 Post subject: Re: Logos
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JD wrote:
24db wrote:
JD wrote:
24db wrote:
Ever wonder why Logos uses a sampled voice saying "Wake Up"?

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... f-day.html


I dont think that sample is saying 'Wake up' at all ? at first I thought it was 'breakdown' ....kind of like a retro house sample or something, or possibly something in German, but it just doesn't sound like wake up to me unless its being shouted by middle class english student girls ..."wayke ep" :)


Well TD said in several interviews that what the sample said...they should know


Really ? I didnt know that ... :o in which case I stand corrected


it's like JMJ's Zoolook, some fans think they can hear a sample saying "Love me, love me"....however not one word of English was used on the album, according to an audio interview I have with JMJ

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24db wrote:
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Thanks if you have the time :)


Ok the quote comes from:

Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music, Jan 1985, in article titled:
The Dream House TD were interviewed in their Berlin studio.

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Edgar-....When we're working in the studio we'll save sounds and patterns on floppy disks for stage use- sampled sounds for percussion are fixed in EPROMS which we had before the Oberheims and Linns which we now use. Sampled voice sounds can come off the Emulator driven by voltage control; the "Wake Up" sample we use on Logos was made with a Publison unit which we liked, but the company were never able to complete a disk storage unit for it."

Page 28

From memory Edgar used the same Publison sampler for some of the weird sounds on Firestarter


Thanks for that, very interesting indeed :)

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