Re: Analogue CD ROM

From Gus Lanzas*
Sent Thu, Jan 20th 1970, 01:00

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Howdy,

I have a CD-ROM burner, and I can burn singles for about $20 (including
media).  I can make Mac, PC, audio, or multi-mode CD's.

I'd deffinitely be interested in doing this.

e-me if you're interested

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Date: 3/25/95 8:34 AM
To: Gus Lanzas*
From: Brian Coates
Barry Klien wrote:

>Maybe I should make a CDROM...........
>

        HELLO!!! Maybe the

"Analogue  Heaven  Synth  Haquer's  Definitive  Guide  to  Analog
Synthesizer Design  and  Construction"!!!!

        Everyone could compile EVERY piece of material they own, and get it
together on one disk.  Several hundred MEGS should be able to do it! You
can get CD ROMs made for about $75 in single quantities.

        Think of it!! ONE disk with construction details, theory, history,
board layouts, schematics, some sort of FAQ, tons of Mods, and schematics
for EVERYTHING!!!! 2600, Mini-Moog, entire SH-series, Chroma, EML's, 808's,
909's, 303's, Homebrew MIDI>CV's with source code for EPROMS, 100m, Prophet
5, Xpander, Odyssey, MS-20, MS-50, etc. etc..

        We've got the goods.  This could be an INCREDIBLE resource.

        It would even make me finally spring for a CD ROM drive(he he)..

Brian

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