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Michael Tuminello said:
>Do you work for Boomerang? I'd really rather have an EDP, but it's been
>promised for many months now, and I'm giving up hope.
>I assume you like your boomerang, anyway. ...
>The thing is, I'd like to be able to store and trigger differnet loops,
>which, from what I know of the Boomerang, is not possible.
>PS: It really amazes me that Oberheim can drag their collective tail to
>the extent that some hundred or so prospective buyers ( at $600 each w/
>pedal for a total of $60,000 ) are going to have to go with their 2nd
>choice when they already have the plans and means to manufacture the
>device. Maybe that's small change, or maybe they should just pass the
>right over to someone like Kim or Mattheus, who would probably be hapy for
Thank you. We (Kim+Eric+me=Aurisis Research) basically DO have the rights
and dont build the units ourselves because we have neither time nor money
to do so and we licence Gibson because they DID start the production in
another facility with Kims help, probably quicker than anyone of us could
do it. And nobody would do that work for 100 buyers, there will be a lot
Meanwhile I am working very hard on the next soft upgrade for the EDP.
>>In a message dated 9/22/99 4:10:01 PM Mid-Atlantic Daylight Time,
>><< I'm going to be (finally) flush
>> enough to buy a looper within the next month, and if there is no EDP to
>> on the horizon, I just may have to buy a Boomerang >>
>>this seems to be a great idea........and by the time you save enough to
>>the EDP it should be out and you will have had many, many hours of
>>joy with the rang.........michael