Edgar Noel "Ed" Bogas is an American musician and composer. He was a member of The United States of America, an experimental rock band led by Joseph Byrd. He later contributed to recordings by music artists such as Ruby, Clover, The Rowan Brothers, Gene Ammons, Leon Spencer, David Wiffen and Sly and the Family Stone.

From 1977 to 1989, Bogas composed the soundtracks for Peanuts television specials. He was also the composer for the Ralph Bakshi films Fritz the Cat and Heavy Traffic, as well as several video games. He arranged the music for Pinball Number Count on Sesame Street, which was sung by The Pointer Sisters.

He married Desirée Goyette in 1993.

Equipment overview[edit | edit source]

After “Race for your Life Charlie brown” would provide more music for The “Peanuts” TV specials in the “Garfield and friends” TV Series. This list is focusing more on the equipment he used through the mid-80s to the mid 90s.

YAMAHA DX7[edit | edit source]

  • ROM-1 A: 11 E.PIANO 1
  • ROM-1 A: 19 HARPSICH 1
  • ROM-1 A: 21 VIBE 1
  • ROM-1 A: 23 KOTO
  • ROM 1-B: 20 CALIOPE

E-MU Emulator II[edit | edit source]

  • PERC- PITCHED: 123 Tympani (Floppy Disk)

KORG M1[edit | edit source]

  • 02 Brass
  • 04 Guitar1
  • 08 PanFlute
  • 09 Drums#1
  • 12 Trumpet
  • 15 Vibes
  • 26 A.Bass
  • 32 DoubleReed
  • 62 TenorSax

KORG T3[edit | edit source]

  • 05 Marimba
  • 07 Stringorch 
  • 12 Trombone
  • 14 Banjo
  • 17 Harp
  • 22 Harmonica
  • 30 Pizzicato
  • 35 Music Box
  • 42 Baritonsax

This list is incomplete, you can help by expanding it. Every Sample found from these sources are correct. But most of these Sources to every keyboard sampler rack and synthesizer used by Ed has not been founded yet.

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