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Subject: Re: [korgpolyex] RE: Wake up!

From: Alex Drinkwater <the_voder@...>
Date: 2014-02-24

I can heartily recommend a Wordpress based system for your future website.

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From: Michael Hawkins <korgpolyex800@...>
To: "korgpolyex@yahoogroups.com" <korgpolyex@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, 24 February 2014, 15:07
Subject: Re: [korgpolyex] RE: Wake up!



Hi Fran,

I hope you don't mind meputting your review onto the new HAWK website which is coming soon. Anyone else that wants to provide a little review, please go right ahead.

Also, anyone that has posted HAWK music on the web or other reviews etc. If you don't mind, please share the links with us and let me know if you mind if I link to them.

The HAWK and AtomaHawk has really kept selling steadily over the years and I think it's time it got a decent website instead of that crap I have up there now.

Mike



On Monday, February 24, 2014 9:20 AM, "narfman96@..." <narfman96@...> wrote:
 
Mike,
I still love my Hawk-800 MkII!!! I'm able to make sounds with this synth that none of my other gear can match. Using a simple Novation Remote LE-25 controller makes it even more enticing because of the velocity response and other realtime tweaks. Even though I have the Moog Slayer pots, 12/24db filter switches, digital delay time pot, and FM-800 pot I barely have to touch the Hawk once it is set properly. The Remote can access enough functions to keep me jamming for hours. This kit has been very well thought out and I would not give it up for love or money.
Fran