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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 2:34 am 
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I don't know if this is cool or not here , but I wanted to share this guy's link for those who might have a midi controller or sampler and can use sample sets. This guys samples EACH note so there is no artifacts. I have the his original mellotron set and the new set is just as good. Quick service and reasonably priced.




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cool

i wanna be a synth ho


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Quick service and reasonably priced.
:shock:

Dang your not kiddin! I though reasonably priced for a card carrying synth ho with Martins, Rickenbackers and 12 string Taylors in his toy chest would be like $100.

Even I could afford some of that action!

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 12:48 pm 
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cool


Could someone explain this bit to me...


Explain cool??

If it could be explained it probably wouldn't be cool anymore...

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It's a bot, Chris.

Look at his posts and they are all general remarks.

I'll look into it.


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Ah! I did wonder...

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[quote="mrskygod"]I don't know if this is cool or not here , but I wanted to share this guy's link for those who might have a midi controller or sampler and can use sample sets. This guys samples EACH note so there is no artifacts. I have the his original mellotron set and the new set is just as good. Quick service and reasonably priced.

MSG,

Thanks for the source! i took a peek and there are several things i am interested in. between Sampletank2 XL and MOTIF XS i surely have enough sounds to play with, but i PLAN to snag many of that guys products.

VERY cooL thank you again

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