That’s how Depeche Mode left the studio after recording there for 6 weeks

By Jul 15,2016

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That's how Depeche Mode left the studio after recording for 6 weeks

The instagram account of the Santa Barbara Sound Design studio revealed a photo showing how Depeche Mode left the studio after having recorded there for 6 weeks (as we reported earlier last month).

The photo itself, which you can see in its full glory below, shows a lot of cabling modular synths and other gear. Nothing special really, but it’s a ‘hope giving sign we’ll get something good’ as a fan eloquently put it. But we already know what you expect, don’t we?


That time when Depeche Mode came for six weeks last month! #analogmodularsynth #moog #synth #electronic #music #80’s

A photo posted by 🌴Santa Barbara Sound Design (@sbsound_design) on

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