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[[File:AlanWilderAuctionEmax.jpg|300px|thumb|right|[http://auction.recoil.co.uk/emu-emax-ii-sampler/ The Alan Wilder / Depeche Mode Collection: Emax Turbo II – 16 bit sampler keyboard – Model 2205]]]
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[[File:AlanWilderAuctionEmax.jpg|250px|thumb|right|An Emax Turbo II 16 bit sampler keyboard, one of the pieces of equipment sold at the [http://auction.recoil.co.uk/emu-emax-ii-sampler/ 2011 Alan Wilder / Depeche Mode Collection]]]
    
In 2011, former [[Depeche Mode]] member [[Alan Wilder]] announced the [http://auction.recoil.co.uk/ Alan Wilder / Depeche Mode Collection], an historic equipment, vinyl, and memorabilia auction organized in partnership with [https://www.omegaauctions.co.uk/ Omega Auctions]. Held at the Manchester Zion Arts Centre, the auction put hundreds of Depeche Mode and [[Recoil]] memorabilia under the hammer, serving bidders both in-person and online. Among the hundreds of items sold were several pieces of equipment pre-loaded with sound banks or accompanied by physical media containing sound banks, as well as twenty signed and numbered zip discs each containing dozens of banks originally programmed by Wilder for use with the [http://www.vintagesynth.com/emu/emax.php EMU Emax] and [http://www.vintagesynth.com/emu/emax.php Emax II] sampler keyboards during the [[:Category:1987-1988 Music For The Masses Tour|1987-1988 Music For The Masses Tour]], [[:Category:1990 World Violation Tour|1990 World Violation Tour]], [[:Category:1993 Devotional Tour|1993 Devotional Tour]], and [[:Category:1994 Exotic Tour|1994 Exotic Tour]].<ref name="zip disc">[https://obsoletemedia.org/iomega-zip/ Zip discs] are a high-capacity floppy disk data storage format introduced in 1995.</ref><ref name="auction">[http://auction.recoil.co.uk/20-x-aw-dm-sound-sample-zip-discs/ The Alan Wilder / Depeche Mode Collection: 20 x AW / DM sound sample ZIP discs]</ref>.
 
In 2011, former [[Depeche Mode]] member [[Alan Wilder]] announced the [http://auction.recoil.co.uk/ Alan Wilder / Depeche Mode Collection], an historic equipment, vinyl, and memorabilia auction organized in partnership with [https://www.omegaauctions.co.uk/ Omega Auctions]. Held at the Manchester Zion Arts Centre, the auction put hundreds of Depeche Mode and [[Recoil]] memorabilia under the hammer, serving bidders both in-person and online. Among the hundreds of items sold were several pieces of equipment pre-loaded with sound banks or accompanied by physical media containing sound banks, as well as twenty signed and numbered zip discs each containing dozens of banks originally programmed by Wilder for use with the [http://www.vintagesynth.com/emu/emax.php EMU Emax] and [http://www.vintagesynth.com/emu/emax.php Emax II] sampler keyboards during the [[:Category:1987-1988 Music For The Masses Tour|1987-1988 Music For The Masses Tour]], [[:Category:1990 World Violation Tour|1990 World Violation Tour]], [[:Category:1993 Devotional Tour|1993 Devotional Tour]], and [[:Category:1994 Exotic Tour|1994 Exotic Tour]].<ref name="zip disc">[https://obsoletemedia.org/iomega-zip/ Zip discs] are a high-capacity floppy disk data storage format introduced in 1995.</ref><ref name="auction">[http://auction.recoil.co.uk/20-x-aw-dm-sound-sample-zip-discs/ The Alan Wilder / Depeche Mode Collection: 20 x AW / DM sound sample ZIP discs]</ref>.
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** Wilder played live keyboard and live drums on approximately 64% and 17% respectively of the songs played on the 1993 Devotional Tour. On the 1994 Exotic Tour, he played live keyboard and live drums approximately 53% and 35% respectively.
 
** Wilder played live keyboard and live drums on approximately 64% and 17% respectively of the songs played on the 1993 Devotional Tour. On the 1994 Exotic Tour, he played live keyboard and live drums approximately 53% and 35% respectively.
 
** [[Martin L. Gore|Martin Gore]] played live keyboard, live guitar, and sang lead vocals on approximately 42%, 28%, and 28% respectively of all songs played on the 1993 Devotional Tour and 1994 Exotic Tours.
 
** [[Martin L. Gore|Martin Gore]] played live keyboard, live guitar, and sang lead vocals on approximately 42%, 28%, and 28% respectively of all songs played on the 1993 Devotional Tour and 1994 Exotic Tours.
** [[Andrew Fletcher]] (and later [[Daryl Bamonte]]) played live keyboard on approximately 60% of the songs played on the 1993 Devotional Tour and 1994 Exotic Tours.
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** [[Andrew Fletcher]] (and later [[Daryl Bamonte]] starting from the April 4th, 1994 [[1994-04-04_Olympia,_São_Paulo,_Brazil|Brazil]] show onwards) played live keyboard on approximately 60% of the songs played on the 1993 Devotional Tour and 1994 Exotic Tours.
    
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