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RE: Jungle Funk Technology

Just 56K? I'm not impressed. At least he could use xDSL.

At 11:28 PM 4/5/99 -0400, Douglas Lawrence wrote:
>>> I insist: what the hell are this telephone lines?
>>> Julio.
>OK, Doug Wimbish promised that I wouldn't tell anyone, but his Cyberbass 
>an integrated 56K modem that dials out to the Internet and uses a
>proprietary massively parallel computer system secretly developed by him,
>Will, and Vinx. It runs a hybrid neural network/expert system on an 
>8-way Cray computers to provide incredibly accurate note triggering. This
>way he can also access his rack of Emu Ultra 4 samplers for loop 
>which has over 6 hours of available sampling capability in 20-bit stereo. 
>controls the integrated Cyberbass sequencer which is capable over 
>note capacity at 1/1,000 ppq. It also helps power the over 10,000 pattern
>arppegiator on-board the Cyberbass. Normally this couldn't be handled by
>standard network HTTP protocols due to line chatter, so they had to write 
>fully interactive piping data stream that integrates with a customized 
>engine to handle these types of data loads over 56K. You didn't think that
>he could really ~play~ some of that stuff, did you?
>That's the real secret of how just three guys can sound like a whole
>orchestra! BTW, those really aren't Wavedrums up there ...
>Dude, it was a typo ... phone => phono = 1/4" mono jack <> RJ-11
>Sorry to confuse you all.
Kim Flint, MTS                  408-752-9284
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