geeks at sunhelp.org
Sat Jul 28 22:53:57 CDT 2001
I quite enjoy my indestrucible Oberheim DMX and Prommer!
Seperate sample chips (eeproms) for each sound, each sound has it's own
trigger circuit, and it's own line out (as well as a blended output)...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Harrison" <harrison at timharrison.com>
To: <geeks at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2001 8:37 PM
Subject: Re: [geeks] argh
> joshua d boyd wrote:
> > So, I decided to sort through my muzak gear today. I found:
> Today must be a musical day. I dragged my electronic percussion kit
> downstairs to my friend's apartment, and helped him finish some tracks
> that he's been working on for his next CD. Hopefully there will be some
> online versions available. It's been a long time since I've recorded
> with another musician. Although, he was really good with it, allowing
> me to make suggestions on his stuff (one track he's been working on for
> 7 years now!). Looks like it's finally going to be finished and
> released soon.
> So, now I've got this really popping snare sound in my head and it won't
> go away. :)
> Sorry you're having such bad luck with your gear. I figured my kit
> would be dead within the first few weeks of ownership. But, it's lasted
> three moves (about 2k miles total), and a year and a half of being
> beaten to a pulp. Go Roland! :)
> Tim Harrison
> Network Engineer
> harrison at timharrison.com
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