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Re: Steve Lawson masterclass, Northern California, Jan 28th
Hi, Ted! Good to hear from you.
I was engaging in some lighthearted hyperbole and meant no offense.
My pal Frank Gerace from Dreamchild has had not a speck of trouble with his EDP. I'm just a little scared reading all the e-mails from other folks who weren't as lucky as you and Frank.
Long may your EDP ride, Ted, and long may it help you make your awe-inspiring music.
That goes for the rest of you guys.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: 12/12/2005 9:30:12 PM
Subject: Re: Steve Lawson masterclass, Northern California, Jan 28th
In a message dated 12/12/05 6:09:14 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
[snip] . . . the omnipresent EDP, whose hiccups and f*ckups seem to cause
much consternation in this forum. How do you guys put up with those EDPs,
anyway? Oh, wait, half of you guys are computer geniuses! . . . [snip]
I know some have had trouble with theirs but I've had very little trouble with
mine (almost none) and I've owned my 2 beige-faceplated Oberheim EDPs
since . . . well . . . rather a long time. '96, knock on wood. I wish all of my gear
was as generally glitch-free (and as easily fixed) as my EDPs have been.
I have no reason to complain.
tEd ® kiLLiAn
"Different is not always better, but better is always different"
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