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#4889 - 11/23/03 10:20 PM Buying a .com after all
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I have decided to buy a .com modualr synth after all. The real reson is I do like to tweak knobs too change sounds. After all I wanted a Minimoog. But this will be 100 times better then a mini.


Hey ED you were right! I should have just shut my mouth and gone with a modualr synth. Even though I wopuld never be happy. I at lest ought to give the .com a chance. Besides I would be the only person in Fredrick to have a Modular synthesizer. I probably would use it more, then a soft synth. Some of those look a little complicated.

BTW: If I ever go through changeing my mind againg. You have my permisson too hit me.

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#4890 - 11/24/03 10:30 AM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Witness my pre-emptive virtual slap:

SLAP!



-tek

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#4891 - 11/24/03 10:43 AM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Registered: 08/17/03
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Loc: Toronto, Canada.
Well,
Actually I think there's nothing wrong with exploring your options.
But you did scare me a little, when you almost decided to go for an arranger keyboard instead of a .com synth.
But had you gone for a PSR instead of a QSS22 I'd still respect your choice.
See, PSRs are like a gate drug .
First a tiny PSR next....Huge studio with all kinds of stuff.

My first experience with keyboards was my cousin's Roland E-35.
It was the limitations of that little bugger, that made me run out and buy a D-50 and a DX-7.
Nowadays it's like...no room to sleep or
breathe for that matter - Synths, synths, synths and did I mention MORE synths...

-ED-
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#4892 - 11/24/03 12:05 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Thanks Tek I needed that! No I gave up with the aranger keyboard.

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#4893 - 11/25/03 08:07 AM Re: Buying a .com after all
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BUY A .COM Modular synth from Synthesizers.com.


Everything else pales in comaparison!
http://www.synthesizers.com

So many knobs, so little time!

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#4894 - 11/25/03 02:30 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Registered: 08/17/03
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Loc: Toronto, Canada.
YES!
The subliminal messages imbeded in my e-mails and posts worked!
our Paul is back to his normal self again!

-ED-
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#4895 - 11/25/03 03:20 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Yes I am back!

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#4896 - 11/26/03 12:33 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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MUST HAVE KNOBS AND PATCH CORDS AND SOUNDS OF OSCILLATORS AND WOOD CABINETS.

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#4897 - 11/28/03 12:40 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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I was sitting looking through Sweetwaters ProGear Gear Encyclopedia. And I notice there is quite a lot of gera in this catalog for createing and playing music. Especially in the keyboard section. There are a lot of different varites of synths, samplers, and music workstations. But none of these keyboards have grab my atteniton enough to want to buy one. Especially now that I have seen a Synthesizers.com modualr synth. Every thing else pales in comparison to a modualr synth. I have finnaly reach that point where it does not matter that I have to have the lattes and greatest, or even a good used synth. Becuse none will ever make me happy, well with the execpetion of a modular synth. So instead of buying lots of keyboards and such that I would buy one system and that would be it.


So I am going to get a modualr synth.

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#4898 - 11/28/03 01:02 PM Re: Buying a .com after all
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Registered: 08/17/03
Posts: 1194
Loc: Toronto, Canada.
Hey Paul!
What is important to you in a modular system?
Is it the flexibility that it offers or the fact that it will keep you busy?
For me it's both.

-ED-
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