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On 13/03/2020 at 15:48, Beardsley said:

 

CAN'T. STOP. PLAYING. THIS.

Yeah this is incredibly good and the fact I've just played it through before responding so I can dance around the living room is in no way related to cabin fever

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1 hour ago, pipnasty said:

Have spent the past few days wandering around Bandcamp and picking up releases from there - loads of really good stuff, a lot of it free.

 

https://seilrecords.bandcamp.com

https://rbeny.bandcamp.com/music

https://jogginghouse.bandcamp.com

https://hotelneon.bandcamp.com

 

And my album too

https://thedeccantraps.bandcamp.com/releases

Enjoying these. Yours reminds me of something I was listening to the other day. I picked up one of these synths back in the early 90s. Payed £40 for it!!

 

 

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I think it was my favourite out of all the keyboards I've owned over the years. Moog Prodigy would be next, especially with a midi to voltage control out of tune.

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12 minutes ago, RedSalmon said:

I think it was my favourite out of all the keyboards I've owned over the years. Moog Prodigy would be next, especially with a midi to voltage control out of tune.

Have you got any recordings online?

Still got any of the synths?

 

I just sold a load of stuff and bought a Moog Matriarch with the proceeds - mmmmm

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Ooh nice! Some interesting audio re-routing possibilities there.

Unfortunately not. I was part of a small studio collective back in the early 90's and sold my stuff to them when I lost interest at the time. I've now got a copy of Cubase and Rise Blocks keyboard gathering dust. I keep meaning to start up with it again.

There's a white label kicking around somewhere, it's rubbish, the main reason I lost interest with it all. I've got a couple of C-90 cassettes in the attic, but I've got nothing to play them with now. It'd be interesting to listen to them after 25 years.

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3 minutes ago, RedSalmon said:

Ooh nice! Some interesting audio re-routing possibilities there.

Unfortunately not. I was part of a small studio collective back in the early 90's and sold my stuff to them when I lost interest at the time. I've now got a copy of Cubase and Rise Blocks keyboard gathering dust. I keep meaning to start up with it again.

There's a white label kicking around somewhere, it's rubbish, the main reason I lost interest with it all. I've got a couple of C-90 cassettes in the attic, but I've got nothing to play them with now. It'd be interesting to listen to them after 25 years.

Yeah - do it! Both software and hardware are much cheaper than they used to be, so much more accessible. 

 

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11 minutes ago, pipnasty said:

Yeah - do it! Both software and hardware are much cheaper than they used to be, so much more accessible. 

 

Got time so yeah I should.

This is a clip of how Keith Richards used an ARP 2600..

 

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9 hours ago, Swan Red said:

Yeah this is incredibly good and the fact I've just played it through before responding so I can dance around the living room is in no way related to cabin fever

It definitely connects to your feet, without your control :)

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