here is a couple of songs I wrote back in about 94-95. They were recorded into the sequencer of a Yamaha SY99 which was used to control a bunch of various other synths.
I apologize for the singing in the first track, I was just trying to make a vocal melody and just used the first words that sprung to mind! hehe. Usually I just wrote music without thinking about words or vocals. This is the only track ever
with me singing on it! Its bad, and I know it! but I think the music's ok. And I was only 19 at the time!
The other synths were a Korg Prophecy, Ensoniq Asr10, Korg Trinity, Yamaha AN1x, the SY99 and a Novation BassStation. There was no computer used for this, though I later bought a PowerMac 4400 for Cubase 3. I ran the whole mix through an Alesis compressor to limit it via a Mackie mixer, and a couple of Ensoniq Dp2's, and a Boss Dr660 might appear in there at times along with some various other effect units. All classic stuff!
The second track is pretty much just the Ensoniq ASR, which at the time had a nice Piano and strings sounds that came on a 1.44MB floppy drive. Thats right 1.44 Megabytes not the 2 gig Piano samples you get today.
I used to religiously avoid using 'loops' or sample CD's, though it was the fashion, because I wanted to learn how to do everything myself right down to the last nitty-gritty. so everything you hear is 100% my effort!
there probably isn't much bandwidth so they might not stay up for long, and Im sorry, but since I switched to a PC, I recorded these into it from a minidisc which they are stored on into wma. But if you can listen, go ahead!
REMOVED WMA'S SEE LATER POST
 the first track sound good if you turn up the volume, and the bass, and are off your face on E's