How The Human League Did It

Keyboard player Ian Burden talks about the synths in a new video series      09/11/16

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Korg has posted a three part video series featuring Ian Burden, keyboard player and co-writer for the Human League, talking about his music career pre and post Human League days.

Across the series of 3 videos, Ian talks about his sound design techniques in the days when synthesizers were for the rich, and how he experimented to create synthetic sounds. As well as anecdotal stories when the Human League were number one in the charts, Ian also talks about the products used to create the "League Sound" and moves on to the present where he has recently returned to writing and creating new music.

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