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>> This is what _musicians_ want... there is no room for collectors.What I ment was that people who wants a major sounding synth often get
> think about it
> what defines a "collection"
> more than 1? 9? six of one, half a dozen of the other?
> any time someone has 'more than one anything'Agreed.
> it can be considered a "collection"..
> that's kinda like trying to define what 'normal' is..Nothing is normal... now is it?... Think about it.
> who defines normal? tom brokaw?
> here are 3 pairs of shoes. this is my shoe collection.You´re joking, right? :-)
> "i only have 1 pair, therefore no collection yet"
> If i had 1 synthesizer, would I be a "collector"?I´m out...
> how about 2? at that point would i be "collecting"?
> i'd love to swap my butterfly and treefrog collection
> for a nice Oberheim Matrix 12. any takers? ;)
> what if someone had 1 master controller, 2 modules,Scott, reading all the above examples of yours... maybe we are a bit
> and a mixing console. u could say this person has
> a "collection" of musical equipment."
> ..but would they be a "collector" ?
> "hi, im a guy who has a small collection of synthesizers
> who likes making music and noise with them"
> someone could easily say a person is "collector"
> of 'newer' musical equipment too..
> "i have 25 poly61s, 100 poly 800, and 83 Seil DK600, each of them
> set to the same harpsichord preset"
> that goes beyond collection. we're talking powerhouse ENTERPRISE here! ;)