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    Panos Chatzigeorgiadis is a music composer and producer based in Athens/Greece.
    Started as a producer for dance music in early 2000, got involved in original electronica (From euphoric trance to house and other forms of dance style music) and remix work in various music projects thoughout europe in countries such as the UK, Denmark and the Netherlands.

    He has remixed for famous 80s bands like Bronski Beat,Space, Joe Crow and other acts, while his remix work includes remixes for eurovision top 5 submitted tracks, also he has worked as a dj for dance music and got involved in compilation projects for small UK independent labels while at the same time has worked as a remixer for newer acts throughout Europe and locally in his homeland the city of Athens.

    Nowdays Panos works more in soundtrack - style music (that can be defined as "classical in style but not strictly classical/orchestral in structure, using the sounds of a symponic orchestra to create soundtrack usable underscore music"),and already won a official nomination for Hollywood Music in Media Awards for the best classical/orchestral music for 2010, while already working in various music projects related to local TV and cinema.

    Panos is nowdays a member of Performing Rights Society (UK) and latelly got signed to Fliktrac LLC, a New York music label and music production library, his current release is entitled "Classical soundscapes" featuring 17 instrumental tracks composed, arranged and produced by himself with the main idea of providing "modern classic" soundscapes for use in soundtracks of short length or full feature films and is available online through Fliktrax LLC online store.
    His next projects, involve the composition of new material for theatrical plays and a couple of short - length local movies that will be out in the local Greek Market mainly while they will be submitted to cinema festivals in Europe as well.

    Email - panoschatzigeorgiadis@gmail.com
    (C) & (P) 2010 - 2019 (All tracks registered to PRS For Music/London/Uk)


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  1. My Siel DK 80 is not turning on even after i have the fuses replaced (the one was OK but othe was not so i replaced both with the right specs of 1.6A/250v).Used to turn on with all lights flashing and i coudnt press any button i had an arp - like sound on the phones that i could not trigger from the keys as far as i remember.So my main questions are two. What makes a synth not to turn on even if fuses are OK and how can i measure the PSU on this specific synth.I have to mention that in my effort to fix this (i have spotted a few missing pins on the grey cable on both sides on the right of the
  2. Bad caps i have read is an issue of a blank display so will replace caps at first and see what happens. Display lcd lighting is another issue.
  3. The orchestration seems really simple, a linn drum or a oberheim DMX (since the latter was released in 1981 and the album on the same year while Linn was released in 1982 onwards) like drum loop, a pad sound probably from the rs and a lead - like sound along with vocals bathed in reverb and some piano lines here and there along with a really simple 1/8 bassline. Nice mood oldie but goldie soundscape. The lead sound sounds like nothing special just simple blend of saw/triangle osc sound so if they used a synth and not a preset i guess not even them remember what the settings where. Happened a l
  4. All depends on you budget. I would go for yamaha piaggero series they definitely worth a listen.
  5. Hi all As i describe on the title i get a constant noise/hum and no sound on the synth at all while patch names are there. Any ideas ?
  6. Is it really worth keeping it ? i own one mint with a couple of scsi cd rom drives and all original library. I think samplers nowdays dont worth that much so either you use it or keep in in the closet, does anybody has it in use so he can tell ?
  7. Yamaha Piaggero series. Cheap and they sound more than enough.
  8. Thanks a lot i will try that as well got that synth (still the package is in the post office) with only 80 euros so i will definitely try to fix it and keep it, its an amazing value for money and a dream of my childhood synth where i used to play with it in ths official sales representative showroom back in the early 90s.
  9. Used to own both many times along with the beast DX 5 which i sold as an idiot, Mk1 has a more "old school" sound due to its 12-bit converters compared to 16-bit ones of Mk1 models (DX7II, FD, S). So it depends on what you want from a DX 7 to sound like. A then "modern" and more advanced in specs synth, nowdays is not always what you want. I prefer Mk1 definitely, for that early 80s sound. Most of the well known hits of the era used a Mk1 if that ads something to the discussion.
  10. The question is simple. Which one do you prefer and why. I tend to like more of the M1, just sounds more 80s and atmospheric. Also many hits where made with this. The 01 w although much more advanced seems it does not have the same apeal music wise.
  11. A D50 is a keeper definitely but this can be caused by a number of reasons, bad caps, Mother board issues even PSU i guess. Good luck on this one !
  12. Hi All After a long time i get back to my favourite music forum with a question, i was offered to buy a Korg 01 that although looks mint has a major issue, while it powers on the LCd lights and remains blank. Is this a motherboard issue ? any ideas would be nice.
  13. Well it depends clearly on the genre of electronica that you listen or want to recreate.
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