Marc Plainguet Releases “Workstation”

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“In the early 90s I acquired a Roland W-30 Workstation to help make performing live shows more compact and easier. It also helped me have a wider range or sounds that were better and bigger. The Workstation was first used in Akron, Ohio at the “Bobbing For Dobbs” Church of the Subgenius Devival. Later it was used in recording as well as in my first appearance on keyboards with Dead Artist Syndrome. I loved the Roland W-30 Workstation, but with the emergence of better synthesizers with more sounds, programmability and memory it had outlived it’s usefulness. In memoriam, I am releasing this mini-album of the Workstation versions of 6 tracks. Enjoy!”

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