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    RIP Ikutaro Kakehashi, the founder of Roland.
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    I'm back! Greetings all
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    I've been using Reaper since around version 3.x and for the money it's hard to beat. It is a bit clunky to move around in though. I'm not really fond of some of their midi editing tactics, but I can get things done with it. I guess the thing with it is you really need to dig into the manual and tweak the UI/menus to your liking. I also use Live but haven't used the composition view much...I need to look into it more. The one thing that bothers me is it not having a built in 32bit bridge like Reaper. Not a big issue as I can run it and Reaper at the same time...I use Live as a midi source and pipe it into Reaper. I do this on a relatively newer rack mount PC that I built. My laptop got to be underpowered and instead of forking out a bunch of money for another one I just went the normal PC route...I can get more mileage that way for less money. I used to use Saw Studio...still do for some editing but it's handling of VST(I) is weak compared to the other two. Sounds great though.
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    Memories From the Don Buchla Memorial Concert
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    No, haven't heard of them, but thanks for the heads-up, will try to check it out soon. Yeah, the Zavaloka thing was quite a (re)discovery. It was in a brown paper envelope with some generic sticker on the front. I have no idea how I got it or when, or even if I listened to it whenever that was. Nice glitchy electronics, and a haunting but beautiful voice.
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    This is my current weekly programme. It's not entirely electronic, and some weeks may not have any at all, but it's part of the name, so has a large representation. Unfortunately, it is only an hour, so longer pieces rarely get heard, but I try to when I can. Everything from classic studio type works to current high-tech wonders, though I tend to steer away from overly beat-driven or "pop" sounding tracks. http://www.ciut.fm/shows-2/music-shows/electric-sense/
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    Good show. I especially enjoyed the Katarina Zavaloka piece. I used to send tapes to the radio station at UVic out on Vancouver Island back in the 80's -- got some nice playlists back from them in the day. Back then I had some great musical exchanges with Canadians from all over the country too, but I haven't heard from most of those artists in years. There is one I still hear from every once in a while though -- ever listen to Jaws Of The Flying Carpet? Keep up the good work James.
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    James Bailey - Dimensions
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    Behringer DeepMind 6
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    Joh Mustad AB IE-50 Tubon Bass Synthesizer
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