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Re: FS: Huge Sample CD Collection 72 cds Audio & Acid Loops
well i made the mistake of sparking up the ob8 and remembered how fat it
the golden rule is never trade your gear cause you'll miss it :) your
collection is tempting though.
as per the legalities of sampling my bet is nobody is gonna care unless
making money and if that is the case what do you care if you have to pay
$100 bucks again :}
>From: Earache <Earache@rocketmail.com>
>Subject: Re: FS: Huge Sample CD Collection 72 cds Audio & Acid Loops
>Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2000 11:15:16 -0700 (PDT)
>Cash wise, I was hoping for $900 to $1000 for the
>collection. This is still a bargain, as I paid $100
>each for most of these CDs. A lot of folks have asked
>about individual CDs and depending on what the offers
>look like by the 5th, I might do that. Dunno yet. If
>you'd like I can keep you in the loop.
>PS I'd trade in a heartbeat for any of the following:
>Roland MC-505, SP-808, DJ-70 MkII, JP-8000, Korg
>Prophecy, Quasimidi Sirius, Yamaha SU700, Akai
>MPC2000, or Ensoniq ASRX Pro. But I'd certainly
>stuff (I've got some pretty interesting offers so far
>i.e. computers and olympic racing bikes)
>--- Gregor Zavcer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > i buy them all for 200$ on cd-r:))))
> > ... but i doubt that you have the will the copy them
> > all...
> > greetz,
> > gregor
> > p.s.: how much would you charge for 1, 2, 5 or 10?
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