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Re: Stuff for sale
I just got the Planet Earth module last week ($399. on blowout from
I've been using it with my Zendrum & I love it !
I think Tom Roady uses the same setup (is that correct Tom?), and I've been
meaning to ask; 'Tom, do you have any specialized Zendrum mappings or
Earth kits that are particular favorites?' I do find the programming on the
Zendrum to be a little tedious, and the pre-set layouts are not ideally
setup for use with Planet Earth (or most of my other modules). I'd be
particularly interested in any velocity switched kit mappings for the ZD,
and also curious to know which instruments you map to which triggers too.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Stites" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 10:41 PM
Subject: Re: Stuff for sale
> on 3/22/02 5:50 AM, M. Steven Ginn at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I am expanding my Zen Drum capabilities from simply drum set sounds to
> various other sounds - would your Proteus 2000 with Protozoa card include
> world percussion sounds and loops? I am thinking of buying the new E-MU
> Planet Earth and listed right below that in the Full Compass cataloug is
> Proteus 2000...
> Also I want to play through two amps. I have one Peavey currently and
> Peavey sounds like a good addition. Do you have pics to send of both the
> Proteus and the Peavey?
> > I am thinking of putting up the following items for sale on ebay but
> > thought I would offer to those here first.
> > Proteus 2000 with Protozoa card (which includes the Proteus 1, 2 & 3).
> > Racked only in non-smoking studio and is up to date with the latest OS
> > upgrade from EMU. It's a great synth/rompler for wind control (I'll
> > even leave my programmed wind patches on it to use as an example) and
> > many respects is even more responsive than my Roland JV1010. I have
> > the manuals, etc. to go with it. Even the box for the Protozoa! The
> > street price is around $950, but I am asking $750 (plus s&h).
> > MOTU 1224 Expansion Unit (means it doesn't include the PCI-324 card).
> > 24 bit computer based digital audio harddisk recording unit for Mac or
> > Windows. The analog to digital converters are some of the best that
> > MOTU makes and are comparable to some higher end units out there. I
> > only used this for one recording project and the quality is incredible.
> > I have all the original manuals, etc. and like the P2K has been racked
> > in a non-smoking studio. The street price is approximately $875, and I
> > am asking only $650 (plus s&h).
> > Peavy CS 400 Stereo Power Amp. Peavy doesn't even make this power
> > anymore. They only make the 200 and the 800 with nothing in between.
> > This amp is rock solid and weighs about 50 pounds. It is 3 rack spaces
> > and can be configured as a stereo 200 w/ch, or mono 400 w amp. If you
> > don't know anything about these amps, they are most often used in major
> > shows such as rock concerts because of their durability. At Sam Ash,
> > the CS800X sells for $639 and the CS200 sells for $369 so I think that
> > asking $350 (plus s&h) is a pretty fair price.
> > Please let me know OFF LIST if anyone is interested.
> > Thanks,
> > Steve Ginn
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