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Re: clavanother

Postby selfinflikted » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:10 pm

christianrock wrote:So... now, how can I possibly convince my wife that I need to go to Chicago without her and the kids? :eek:


CR, this is my conversation with Ben (and yours should be similar):

Me: "Ben, I am going to Chicago for a few days."

Ben: "??"

Me: "See you when I get back."
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Re: clavanother

Postby christianrock » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:25 pm

selfinflikted wrote:
christianrock wrote:So... now, how can I possibly convince my wife that I need to go to Chicago without her and the kids? :eek:


CR, this is my conversation with Ben (and yours should be similar):

Me: "Ben, I am going to Chicago for a few days."

Ben: "??"

Me: "See you when I get back."


It's true that I don't know Ben. But it's also very true that you don't know my wife :lol:

She LOVES traveling, she lives for it. For me to just take off without her would be grounds for a declaration of war.
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Re: clavanother

Postby selfinflikted » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:29 pm

christianrock wrote:It's true that I don't know Ben. But it's also very true that you don't know my wife :lol:

She LOVES traveling, she lives for it. For me to just take off without her would be grounds for a declaration of war.


I was attempting to show how to put your foot down, and take no lip.

I was certainly kidding, though, of course. :thu:

(Ben would likely have a shit fit if I actually said that.)
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Re: clavanother

Postby ElectricPuppy » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:34 pm

My wife would be all, "You're going to Chicago? OK, have fun!" and then proceed to have her friends over for wine, craft projects, and sleep-overs. :lol:
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Re: clavanother

Postby selfinflikted » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:37 pm

Womenz. (But Ben would likely do the same lolol)
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Postby ElectricPuppy » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:43 pm

of course we'd have to drag Metro and Plinky out there too, at least. There'd be like massive tornado warnings, and Metro'd be out there hovering over a grill and yelling, "Who want's theirs well done?"

Also fly Bonso over there, I heard he's lonely.
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Re: clavanother

Postby selfinflikted » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:48 pm

WINDSTEAKS?!

Yes, pl0x.
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Re: clavanother

Postby selfinflikted » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:48 pm

GUYZ, have a great weekend, pls. :thu: :drink:
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Re: clavanother

Postby christianrock » Fri Aug 07, 2015 10:13 pm

U2 guyz :thu:
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Re: clavanother

Postby Plink Floyd » Sat Aug 08, 2015 12:16 am

Actually, in the Midwest, the tornado threat diminishes greatly in the fall. By at least 2 % anyway.

But there's nothing wrong with STEAKNADOES!
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Re: clavanother

Postby soundwave106 » Sat Aug 08, 2015 12:39 am

christianrock wrote:Is there anyone here who wouldn't love a JP8?


When I went to a "vintage synth museum" meetup thingy in Orlando (the place is long gone, it was an Analog Heaven list thing I think) I think I was most floored by the Roland JD-800 and Korg Trident. :lol: I once also played on a Memorymoog that was very nice.

However, I no longer have any of the two Roland analogs I once owned (MKS-80 and Juno 106). The Juno 106 was nice but too limited. My ears said: the MKS-80 sucked. There, I said it. :lol: (I do own one "vintage" Roland synth, though... a D-50.)

I wouldn't mind trying it, but I have no idea if I'd "love" it. :wink:
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Re: clavanother

Postby ClavAnother » Sat Aug 08, 2015 4:32 am

I believe that I understand what you mean, however:

Until you prove me wrong, I will hold to my claim. It is like no other.
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Re: clavanother

Postby ElectricPuppy » Sat Aug 08, 2015 7:31 pm

My one remaining Roland is CR's old JD-990. I have a gutted 106 gathering dust, and an S-760 that is now woefully obsolete. Perhaps someday I'll get to fiddle with a JP8, but I'm not holding my breath. :grin:

Wasn't the MKS-80 basically a JP6 in a rack?
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Re: clavanother

Postby soundwave106 » Sat Aug 08, 2015 10:51 pm

ElectricPuppy wrote:Wasn't the MKS-80 basically a JP6 in a rack?


Yup. Thus, I wonder whether I'd have the same reaction with the JP-8. I seem to like the "American" type synth sounds a bit more.

I certainly wouldn't mind playing one, of course.

Buy one, though, no way. I question the sanity of the vintage market , which apparently is a world where one JP-8 costs as much as three new Prophet 6s or even nearly two Modulus 002s.
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Re: clavanother

Postby ClavAnother » Sun Aug 09, 2015 12:45 am

So I was trying to explain that the jp6 is so unlike the jp8 that they should have used a different name for the six.
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Re: clavanother

Postby ElectricPuppy » Sun Aug 09, 2015 1:20 am

So you've said, Clav. I'd really like to compare them in person to see what it is that you're talking about. I had a friend long ago who had a JP6, and he really seemed to like it, so... :idk:
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Re: clavanother

Postby ClavAnother » Sun Aug 09, 2015 6:41 am

It reminds me of an early 90s ambient synth. Totally useless to me :)
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Re: clavanother

Postby MetroSonus » Sun Aug 09, 2015 3:07 pm

I liked the 6 over the 8. Diametro had both. The 6 sounded more like a "synth" to me. I guess it had more bass.

The 8 is nice, but I think its more like a string machine? It sounded tight and kind if cold to me.
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Re: clavanother

Postby ClavAnother » Sun Aug 09, 2015 3:31 pm

:facepalm: I knew it
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Re: clavanother

Postby MetroSonus » Sun Aug 09, 2015 3:54 pm

I agree though.. They're not comparable in terms of sounds. I thought it was strange that vse was calling it a cut down jp8. Granted I also no longer use them as a refrence; having lost credibility with me for saying everything is 'great for techno!!!!"


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