pg200

From barry goldman
Sent Thu, Oct 9th 1997, 01:27

i had the switch on the "programmer" the whole time and i still get
nothing.is there something im missing?
barry


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> Yes clone. Speaking of clone bands, how about Triumvirat (ELP clone) and
> Marillion (Genesis w/Gabriel clone) ?

Sorry, I know this is off-topic so I'll keep it short... Marillion 
weren't a Genesis clone (despite Grendel), but a pretty good prog 
outfit in their own right. They've improved *amazingly* well with 
age, coming through the loss of Fish (original lyricist & 
vocalist) and sounding better than ever (unlike Genesis post 
Gabriel), and I urge anyone with a love for prog and all it stands 
for (which to me is well-played, well-arranged music with a great 
deal of emotion) to check out "Brave" at the first opportunity. 
Possibly the greatest album of all time? ;-)

OK, evangelising over!

-Andy

ObAnalogue: Marillion's first album (Script For a Jester's Tear)
            featured an ARP 2600 in the kit list, if memory
            serves me correctly. :-)

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At 10:00 09/10/97 +0000, you wrote:
>> Yes clone. Speaking of clone bands, how about Triumvirat (ELP clone) and
>> Marillion (Genesis w/Gabriel clone) ?

>ObAnalogue: Marillion's first album (Script For a Jester's Tear)
>            featured an ARP 2600 in the kit list, if memory
>            serves me correctly. :-)
>

Yeah, they used a reasonable selection of analog gear on Script 
Jupiter 8, Minimoog, PPG Wave, and Yamaha SK-30 I think.

They later traded the JP-8 for a couple of MKS-80s

And the guitarist also used some of the analogue Roland guitar synths on
various tracks  - the beginning of Assasin in particular.

Things became more progressively more digital after Fugazi, but Mispalced
Childhood contains a lot of MKS-80

I don't think they still use any analog gear now...




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Says it all, anybody know what a fair price is for one in good condition.

Can't seem to get into the archives to check, and the A-Z of Analogue lists
them between 100 - 160 uk pounds.

They weren't listed on the synthcom used gear listing...

cheers

stuart




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The Doepfer Midi to Sync is also a good buy at 100 USD; you can also define the
ratio midi clock/Roland clock. It's small, resistant and has useful LED's.


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In a message dated 10/9/97 1:54:57 AM, redacted@example.com wrote:

<<do any of you have experience with Roland in Los Angeles?>>

Kevin Lightner (synthfool - former Roland service guru) might be a better
option if your in LA.  I do some mail-order repair business in Portland, OR
at half that bench rate.  There could be a delay in getting parts if there is
a need for anything esoterically Roland however.  Good luck with your synth.

Larry Church

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>>The answer is [drumroll] :   TEAMSTERS!!!!
>>
>>UPS management is probably afraid of them.
>>Think of the sabotage that could occur if
>>management really pissed them off.
>
>Umm, how much of this do you really *know*?  Have you ever worked in the
>shipping/transportation industry?
>
>When I was in college, I had a friend that worked (briefly) for UPS.  While
>it's true that many UPS positions are union, there are quite a few that
>aren't (including him, for the 2 months he worked there).  The fact that
>UPS has hired more non-union employees and more part-timers was one of the
>reasons for the strike.
>

Seems that YOU *know* just about as much as I do about the
"shipping/transportation industry"
Why on Earth is UPS *obliged* to hire more union employees when it's clear
what their attitudes
are? Especially the Teamsters. I LIVED IN NYC for 12 years... so I DO
*KNOW* about the Teamsters.
Goons, plain and simple. Wouldn't want them workig for me. Can't say I
blame UPS for hiring more
motivated people.


http://www.inetnow.net/~asciiman/

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I can see having a conversation about shipping synths and even a bit about 
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>In a message dated 10/9/97 1:54:57 AM, redacted@example.com wrote:
>
><<do any of you have experience with Roland in Los Angeles?>>
>
>Kevin Lightner (synthfool - former Roland service guru) might be a better
>option if your in LA.  I do some mail-order repair business in Portland,
OR
>at half that bench rate.  There could be a delay in getting parts if there
is
>a need for anything esoterically Roland however.  Good luck with your
synth.

Kevin is no longer sub'd to AH, but he can be reached through the website
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Mark

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I'm looking for the MS-20 owner's manual. Can you find it on the web? If not, I
can trade it with 202's or 303's if somebody is interested!


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In a message dated 10/8/97 1:35:52 PM, redacted@example.com wrote:

<<Micromoogs do not have 1volt/octave CV response.  They are calibrated to be
just slightly off from that.>>

1.06 volts per octave is what the schematic says.  Does anybody know why this
was designed that way??

<<BTW, the BassStation may indeed have a scalable CV output, with trimpots
somewhere inside to adjust its scaling and offset.  I recommend that you
*not* mess with these, because A) they were properly calibrated at the
factory, using equipment that you probably don't have (you don't have 4 1/2
digit DVM, do you?), and B) it will just make things be out of tune the next
time you use the BassStation with a proper 1v/octave synth.>>

I disagree.  Consider a good tuner - I prefer the Conn ST42 Strobotuner, and
check your tuning calibration before every important session.  This is
especially important if you're connecting multiple anologs in a sequencing
system.  Something always seems to be a little out of whack when it really
matters.  If you're set up to test and calibrate, you will be thankful sooner
or later.  If the BassStation has scalable CV outputs, it doesn't matter as
much if the output is exacatly 1 volt per octave as it does if your system is
in tune.  It's going to be a LOT easier to tweek the scale trimmer on a
BassStation output than installing the the mods on the Micro.  The key CV
disconnect is almost manditory though if you want to stay sane.  

Larry


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>Hey people of Analogue land,
>
>                                I'm just wondering what you all think is
>the best Moog ever made..
>What is happening with Bob Moog and Big Briar???


The satellite HAS got to be the best Moog ever made. It's got a quirky
sequencer which becomes
enabled by changing the jumpers just right of the PSU next to the voice
boards. A couple of techs
with a sense were seeking to immortalize themselves. They had programmed
chips with the sequencer ready to go when Bob Moog nixed the idea, since it
wasn't him who had originated it. They went and installed the chips anyway.
Only in the first 127 units though. Then they ran out of the chips. This
sequencer
was way ahead of its time when the Satellite came out and when played with
the Satellite preset produces
an aceeeed skweeeel that will send a 303 running for cover trembling in
fear. It has a unique S-Taccato function which combined with Glissando
makes for some wicked bass lines. A couple of clever DJs have kept this
very secret.. at times placing a TR-606 or a TB-303 [who can tell the
difference from the dance floor] with their gear and "tweaking" it while
the sound really came from the Satellite!

Imagine how different history would have been if Bob moog had only realized
the potential of this little sequencer and allowed it into the production
not only of the Satellite, but also some of thier other synthesizers. Rumor
has it that Big Briar is working on a Moog Sequencer retrofit that will be
available for the Minimoog as well as the Memorymoog. Owners of the
memorymoog+ are out of luck since that alrerady has a sequencer. By no
means as weeeeekkkid as the old one. One of the aforementioned techs has
been hired by Big Briar, adding fuel to the rumor.

 Also I know it isn't a
>analogue question, but I thought someone might know...Does anyone have
>a  Cubase audio or VST manual...
>
>

If you want the manual you should post your request on one of the many
newsgroups that post copies bootleg of software. I'm sure that someone
there will be glad to help you out.

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My new JX-10 has a couple of dead keys, and before I bring it into the
crooks here who fix equipment, I want to give it a go first.  I hope that
only the membranse have slipped out from under those keys or maybe dirty
contacts or something.  I've never open up a roland and can't quite figure
out how to get the lid open, with out taking out all the screws.  could
some one step me through this process?  Thanks a lot

Cheers
Yoshi

 
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Hello All,

There was a brief thread a few weeks back about what synths you could
sync the oscillators to midi with.

I would like to know if anyone has a list of Roland synths that have
this capability. I'd check the archives but they seem to be down.

thanks in advance

dave

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hi thomas,

> 
> I'm looking for the MS-20 owner's manual. Can you find it on the web? If not, I
> can trade it with 202's or 303's if somebody is interested!
> 
try this url:

www.rz.uni-frankfurt.de/~toschmit/manual/index.html


bye !

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	murray <redacted@example.com> wrote:
	<<Hey people of Analogue land,

	                                I'm just wondering what you all
think is the
	best Moog ever made..
	What is happening with Bob Moog and Big Briar??? <snip> >>

Bob Moog and Big Briar are doing just fine making really neat Theremins.
I don't know if they are still doing MIDI Moog upgrades, but they used
to be doing that. As far as a new synth goes... I don't see one in the
future for a while, unfortunately (IMHO there's a market for custom
modulars with Bob Moog's name on it), but at least Big Briar delivers on
the promised products. (: 

You know, it's kind of odd that so many people in the big-name-late-70s
synth biz (Moog, Seq. Circuits, Oberheim) are now in charge of
relatively small, cozy companies (Moog -> Big Briar, Seq. Circuits ->
Reality, Oberheim -> Marion)... and that one of the people who built
customized studio gear in a small, cozy company (Wolfgang Palm's PPG
Wave) now is decently sized with a bit more mass market ambitions
(Although the Wave is high-pro targeted, the uWave, Pulse, and filters
target a more mass market. Not a Japanese megasynthcorp, but bigger than
the others above). Hmm....

ObNote: If this message looks screwed up, blame the software. Just
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After using, tweaking and thoroughly enjoying my CS1x for a couple of
months I finally loaded up the tutorial banks. If you haven't loaded these
waves in you are missing out bigtime. Unlike the prest, user and extra
peformances these are raw waves without effects and excessive tweaked
parameters, these are ripe for tweaking. None of the preprogrammed stuff
does justice to vintage analogue sounds but once I was able to start from
a simple sawtooth I began tweaking the fattest, juiciest timbres from the
blue meanie. I'm in love all over again. People, wipe out those user and
extra banks and load up the tutorial performance, you'll have a blast.

steve d


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I have a Roland Juno 106 for sale. I would like to get $400 for it. It's in
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Is it mc-505, mc-303 mk2 or mc-303 professional, I dont know yet, the only
thing I know is that a picture is on my web page :

http://www.teknet.ch/tb303.htm

Any more info welcome.

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Hi AH, this is the third for sale post.
I am flooded with mails now. If you sent me one please hang on,
I will try to get back as soon as possible. Only my Poly 6 is
left.

Roland Jupiter 4 SOLD

Sequential 6 Trak SOLD

Traynor Block 100K SOLD

PAiA Fatman SOLD

Korg Poly 6
- good condition
- patch tape, service and user's manual
- battery already changed (before corrosion)
$450 Candian or $325 US

3 Tiered Ultimate Support Stand
- fair condition
- seen a bit of live work
$175 Canadian or $125 US

I am in Vancouver, prefer to sell in Vancouver but will ship:
- buyer pays shipping
- prepayment required
- many net references available
- these prices are firm

Kenny B.