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#3210 - 10/11/03 11:33 AM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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Sounds like she's got you too Paul.

Morph!
We gotta hunt that blond bipolar bitch down ASAP!

-ED-
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#3211 - 10/11/03 12:31 PM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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You mean "dyslexia" I'm not sure dyslexia has that much to do with spelling skills, as it has to do with learning difficulties.

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#3212 - 10/11/03 01:37 PM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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People with dyslexia have difficulty reading and writing because their visual perception is messed up. They can't focus on one letter at a time.
It's like trying to read using your peripheral vision.
A lot of people with dyslexia have difficulty spelling. Simply because they can't read properly to start with.

"A.D.D." is when people have difficulty learning.

I don't think Paul suffers from either. My spelling sucks too, but I use a spell-check.

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#3213 - 10/11/03 02:56 PM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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I'm not sure I can learn anything from that info, but thanks for sorting it out.

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#3214 - 10/11/03 03:42 PM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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Well,
Sometimes I say shit just to sound intelligent.
- Runs in the family.
-ED-
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#3215 - 10/11/03 06:46 PM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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Your right Ed I don't really have dyslexia at all. I just am a bad spller of certain words. Like "modular" for example. .

Bad spellers of the world untie!


On a different note, I still have my ARP omni. Funny thing is I still have not brought myself to part with it. Still don't know why? It's like it has a hold on me.

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#3216 - 10/11/03 07:16 PM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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Hey Paul!
Omni seems like a great string synth.
I'd keep it if I were you.
A fully polyphonic string synth + a modular system is a killer combination.

-ED-


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#3217 - 10/12/03 05:54 AM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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So I should hold onto the Omni then? Well if I do I will have to get it back into the shop and have the two dead keys fixed and that one button fixed.

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#3218 - 10/12/03 08:14 AM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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I would definitely keep the ARP and take care of the dead keys. Dead keys can be pretty discouraging.
When you'll get your QSS22 you'll still need something to play chords with. A string synth is ideal for that. Especially OMNI. Too bad it hasn't got a CV gate.


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#3219 - 10/12/03 08:32 AM Re: Cleaning House (cleaning my studio)
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Hi ED,

Well it's has trigger out and gate out on it though I do not know if those this still work?

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