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Subject: Re: New tracks overflowing with analog content

From: jwbarlow@...
Date: 2000-02-26

In a message dated 2/25/2000 11:27:15 AM, dbivins@... writes:
>I have a couple new tracks up on - mostly analog.

It occurred to me this might be the cause of the list being so quiet --
everybody's got a dial up service and is busy downloading Bivin's tunes. I
finally got to listen to some of your stuff Dave, good stuff (even without
VCOs). I'll try and download more as I find a few spare evenings when I don't
mind my computer being gone for a few hours <g>. I'm still amazed at the
diversity of the musical influences of the group on this list combined with
the common interest in precision VC EM instruments.

>"[A] synthesizer can be connected to a computer. This means that the
>musician can play his instrument long before a concert, because the computer
>can play the instrument again at the right time... The musician can sit
>the audience and listen to the concert. He can even be hundreds of miles
>away, eating dinner or taking a nap."
>- Funk & Wagnalls Young Students Encyclopedia 1973

You may well laugh Dave, but this is one of the most important reasons why I
got into EM -- so I could patch up and get across the state lines as fast as
PS NPR listeners take note. Bob Moog is supposed to be the guest on the
Monday edition of Fresh Aire (an interview program).