Sequential’s MultiTrak had everything and to this day, it still sounds great! During the era of the Roland Juno synths, Sequential overhauled their programmable little SixTrak analogue sequencer synthesizer and came up with the MultiTrak. It’s a six voice analogue synth with sophisticated filters, envelopes, modulation capabilities and built-in sequencing. As was the developing trend around this time in the mid-eighties, programming was being streamlined into using the buttons on the matrix keypad to assign parameters to a rotary knob. (The only dedicated knobs are for sequencer volume and speed, chorus depth and rate, master tune and volume.) There are 99 memory patches for your analogue sound creations. It also features a nice arpeggiator withhold and transpose functions. But lying at its heart is a sophisticated (for 1985) onboard sequencer. It could store up to four polyphonic sequences with a metronome, 1600 note memory, an overdubbing mode and quantizing autocorrect) functions, individual track volume and speed controls. Sequences could be chained together and patches could be changed on the fly. Sequences are recorded in real-time.
David used a different microphone on all his vocals. David used a Sontronics microphone routed through an Avalon pre-amp.