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Take a Look at the Vintage Synths Behind the ‘Stranger Things’ Score

A behind-the-scenes view of the duo’s studio space.

Michael Stein of Austin synth band S U R V I V E has showcased the band’s practice space and arsenal of vintage synthesizers in the behind-the-scenes clip above. Heralded for composing the score for Netflix hit Stranger Things, Stein and bandmate Michael Dixon share an impressive setup consisting of the Roland SH-101, Korg Mono/Poly and ARP Odyssey. Stein and Dixon’s Stranger Things score was recently released on vinyl, and they will be playing the composition live for the first time at Krakow’s Unsound Festival on October 22.

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