This is assorted stuff written and recorded at various times in my life. All of them are created on some kind of sequencer, some of them are good, some of them... Well. You decide. I've tried to write a list of the gear used for each song, but I'm not sure if I've got it right. It's a long time (and a lousy memory).

Novice3:27
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This is the first song I ever wrote on a sequencer, which probably dates it back in 1988-89 somewhere. I took one of the 2 demosongs I got with the S-50, scrapped the song data and wrote this song with the same samples setup. It's not really THAT good, but I figured I could as well mpeg it just because it's THE first (if you don't count what I once composed in front of the piano, scribbling down on notepaper).
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
Pretty short list, eh?
Why not Estockholmo6:03
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Also written in the late 80's, the whole thing just kinda evolved when I was sitting in front of my gear, messing around with factory-samples for the S-50 and some CD's with what I thought was cool sounds. It was meant to be silly, and, well...
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
Roland D-50 (piano, brass and other stuff)
Computer dreams4:59
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Written somewhere between 1988-90, this is probably one of my first songs that I still like. The goal was to create something surrealistic and to not use any drums. It kinda worked, if I might say so myself.
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
Yamaha TX81Z (all those fun hissing and drippling noises)
Kawai K3m (base)
Roland D-50 (I think, not sure what role if so)
Citymountain3:18
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Yet another early song dated around -90 or so. Rather traditional 4/4-discobeat, however I'm pretty heavy with the pitchbend. Too bad I manage to pitch the vocoderchoir completely out of tune. Oh well...
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
And probably some others too, however I don't remember (or recognize) them
Jul-Qul2:10
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Quite horrible murder on a handful of traditional christmas songs written somewhere around 1990. I don't remember why I did it, more than because it was fun and that it probably annoyed someone...
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
Roland D-50
Chinese torture4:46
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Some kind of crash-course between Computer dreams and Citymountain. Pretty good, except that I really don't know (knew?) how to do really good sounding drums...
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
Roland D-50
Yamaha TX81Z
Kawai K3m (mostly noise)
Menuet in C-minor3:07
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Written in February -92 and rather influenced by a short, but intense, classic period in my life, here is a short little piece for a quartet containing one oboe, one basoon and two clarinets.
Unfortunately I managed to distort the recording badly. I'll do a new mp3. Someday.
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (that's it)
House party3:54
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A friend of mine was throwing this party and thought the party needed its own song and asked me to help him (I was, of course, invited). So, I made the music and played and he made the lyrics and sang. I'm not quite sure how it happened, but it became the most played song during that evening and I got quite fed-up with it...
Gear used:
Roland S-50 (sampled sounds and sequenzer)
Roland D-50
Alesis drum-machine