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Season's greetings to all Atarians for 2012-3!
      #1025213 - 20/12/12 08:32 AM
Hi gang,
it's been a little quiet here on the Atari front with the plethora of other platforms now on this section of the forum, so let me (belatedly) wish all Atari users a verry happy Christmas and new year.
As usual, my Ataris keep on going without fuss, bother and crashes. May yours do the same in 2013!


Very best to all,
Dave


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Lots of Ataris which keep on going, 12 Kurzweil 1000 modules, a bunch of hardware synths. Still recording to tape -the old ways are best.....


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Re: Season's greetings to all Atarians for 2012-3! new [Re: David Etheridge]
      #1025478 - 21/12/12 05:53 PM
All the best Dave - my ST & Unitor are gathering dust but can't bring myself to sell them 'just in case'!!

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Jonny


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Re: Season's greetings to all Atarians for 2012-3! new [Re: David Etheridge]
      #1025571 - 22/12/12 12:14 PM
Hi Jonny,
yes, you never know when they'll come back into fashion/be useful again.
Mind you, with Sibelius reportedly going south, might Notator become the scoring program de jour once again? (Probably not, but it's nice to dream.....)
I'm still using mine -four arrangements on the go at present, and then I've got to dust off the HP deskjet 842.
Classic technology.......

Best wishes,
Dave



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Lots of Ataris which keep on going, 12 Kurzweil 1000 modules, a bunch of hardware synths. Still recording to tape -the old ways are best.....


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Re: Season's greetings to all Atarians for 2012-3! new [Re: David Etheridge]
      #1028453 - 14/01/13 12:13 AM
Still using mine, actually got two now, one for running the more experimental MIDI apps of yesteryear (M and such) and the other for recording and sequencing MIDI proper, currently still getting my head round Notator.


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