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    Very nice!! Unhappily most of my reading these days is on AI (for my day job).
    If you're actually reading this then chances are you already have my last album but if NOT and you're curious:
    https://battema.bandcamp.com/

    Also, Ephemeral Sun: it's a thing and we like making things that might be your thing: https://ephemeralsun.bandcamp.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Very nice!! Unhappily most of my reading these days is on AI (for my day job).
    I love to read, but do most reading in bed and the Bjooks books are not suited for that, to big and heavy. Currently I have a cat to take care of and I do a lot of reading there.

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    For some real gear porn:



    I suppose most are familiar with this, but I had to post it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    For some real gear porn:



    I suppose most are familiar with this, but I had to post it.
    I was not familiar with TONTO. I'm not sure how I missed it but that was fascinating. When I first saw this I couldn't watch the video so I looked it up and found this interesting article: https://www.rollingstone.com/feature...-tonto-752161/

    Thanks for posting.

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    Steve Hillage albums - listen to those if you want to hear this synth in action.
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    Not a great picture, bus still some nice gear porn.



    I suppose the picture is from the George Martin book: Making music.

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    ^Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    ^Nice!
    I't the Snake Ranch Studio in London with Hans Zimmer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    I'm looking forward for the book on the MiniMoog https://bjooks.com/en-nl/products/the-minimoog-book
    I thought it was about Moog in general, but it is even more dedicated to one synthesizer.
    I guess you know Analog Days: The Invention And Impact Of The Moog Synthesizer https://www.amazon.nl/Analog-Days-In.../dp/0674016173

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    I guess you know Analog Days: The Invention And Impact Of The Moog Synthesizer https://www.amazon.nl/Analog-Days-In.../dp/0674016173
    An excellent suggestion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    I guess you know Analog Days: The Invention And Impact Of The Moog Synthesizer https://www.amazon.nl/Analog-Days-In.../dp/0674016173
    I own that book. What I like about the books from Bjooks is, they are richly illustrated and hardcover. The disadventage might be, they are quite heavy. I own the following books on synthesizers:
    The art of electronic music- A Keyboard book
    Andy Mackay - Electronic music
    Mark Jenkins - Analog synthesizers
    Wizoo Guide Nord Modular
    Analog days
    Synth Gems 1
    Inspire the music - 50 years of Roland History
    Patch & Tweak Korg
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    Trying to make some patches from the Patch & Tweak book.

    Fun part is there are several differences between the PS-20 and the Korg MS-20. There are more knobs in the software, it has a sub oscilator and a seperate noise generator, the scale of both oscilators ranges from 32" to 4", while the second VCO can also be used as LFO, With the MS-20 the second VCO goes from 16" to 2".

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    Damn goat probably gets way more views than I do

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Damn goat probably gets way more views than I do
    My hunch is that he gets about the same views as you, but once he figures out how to get a sequined cape it is all over for your view count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post

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    Cherry Audio has a new instrument. This time I get the impression we didn't get some advance video and it's not a synthesizer.
    https://cherryaudio.com/products/wurlybird140b

    I'm not sure I'm interested in it. I already have the Arturia Wurlitzer.

  18. #2843
    Yeah...I'm not terribly interested in this one either. The interface is certainly pretty though!
    If you're actually reading this then chances are you already have my last album but if NOT and you're curious:
    https://battema.bandcamp.com/

    Also, Ephemeral Sun: it's a thing and we like making things that might be your thing: https://ephemeralsun.bandcamp.com

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    It looks nice, but well, I keep longing for the Behringer MS-5. It's at least much cheaper than the original SH-5, which I saw for prices between € 5,000 and € 6,000 and well you might probably need a technician to keep it in shape.

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    I have plenty of convincing Wurlies and that's my preference over the Rhodes. I play aggressive electric piano and the Rhodes doesn't cut it.

    On another note: https://www.gearnews.com/gforce-soft...m-ob-1-review/

    Props for this one. Sounds great with a nice interface. Big fan of GForce and own most of their plugs.
    JG

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