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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Jumpeyspyder » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:22 pm

degraye wrote:
Might see you in Sheffield come autumn :wave:

Welcome to the forum! I'm sure there will be a gang of us at Synthfest 2019 (again)

looking forward to meeting you :)
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby BillB » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:27 pm

Thanks degrade, you are right, this is a great community.

If you are coming over from Sweden, if there is any chance you could bring along your countryman, the stunning synthesist that is Dan Lind, and then, ideally, your fellow Scandivian and awesome synthesist, Kebu, that would be just fabulous. Especially if they would play a tune or two. Is it the long winter nights that brings out the synth geniuses?

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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby degraye » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:00 pm

Thanks Jumpey :)

I know neither of them Bill, but who knows, they might be going too if they see this.
(Haven't heard Dan's music but will sure give him a listen, Kebu is really good.)

Yes it might be, when you have nothing else but blinking synths to light up the darkness and humming electronics to keep you warm, sooner or later great things happen (later in my case :lol: )
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby blinddrew » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:02 pm

I'll be at Synthfest and might be able to make a Yorkshire elite meet (strictly as an imposter).
Logarhythm and i are still working on a south west meet at the end of August as well, we've not forgotten about it.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby The Elf » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:04 pm

degraye wrote:Gentlemen, I'm reading this living in Sweden so I'm absolutely not in the market for this one - just wanted to tell you that reading this thread gives me a warm fuzzy feeling inside :)

As a sidenote, having been to Synthfest in Sheffield twice, this is exactly the thing that makes me want to revisit in 2019 as well - nice helpful people converging to talk about a common interest and have fun, humanity at it's best.

Might see you in Sheffield come autumn :wave:
I'm one of the organisers of Synthfest - I specifically look after the exhibitors in the main hall. Make sure to introduce yourself to me, my friend! :thumbup:
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby degraye » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:19 pm

Thanks Elf, I surely will. (But how do I recognize you... will you be wearing a pointy hat?)

Joke aside, when Synthfest draws nearer maybe someone can start a thread on the forum about a meetup, it would be nice - I'll keep this thought.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Folderol » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:27 pm

We usually go for a dinner somewhere afterwards. Last year was especially nice. CC found it.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby ConcertinaChap » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:29 pm

Jumpeyspyder wrote:Ok sounds great - SOS Elite Meet

SOS elite meet takes the heat, what a treat. I've decided I'll be back for Synthfest.

Folderol wrote:CC found it.

Actually it was Mrs CC, but it was nice.

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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby BillB » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:30 pm

Degraye (sorry the auto-correct jumped in before). Kebu toured the UK a couple of years ago, I was privileged to see his first gig of the tour in Hull
https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/view ... bu#p506014

Dan Lind is an (almost) unknown great synth composer. He won a competition way back for Clavia to demo the Nord Lead 3, result was “Analogue Part One” which is on You Tube. He also has a *few* tracks on SoundCloud, which is a shame as he used to have over 50. Don’t know why he took them down, they are quite magical. Anyway, he has started adding some back recently, so I hope he will add more. I would pay good money for this guy’s music. It is everything that I wish my music could be, but will never be. Of course, it helps that he can actually play!
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Folderol » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:31 pm

Jumpeyspyder wrote:Hi All,

If its any help ? I'm travelling down to kent on the 21st April for a weeks break.

I could collect the TG33 from Will and either Elf / Bill could pick up from Huddersfield (ish) ?
Can we keep that in reserve. If everything pans out conveniently, I'll be able to bring it up myself - provided a non-Yorkshire man is allowed in :lol:
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby BillB » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:42 pm

Folderol wrote:Can we keep that in reserve. If everything pans out conveniently, I'll be able to bring it up myself - provided a non-Yorkshire man is allowed in :lol:

Awww, you’re going to test my resolve by making me wait 6 months... OK, I can hold out... just..........

Non-Yorkshire men are ALWAYS welcome in Yorkshire, ESPECIALLY if they are bearing gifts.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby degraye » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:50 pm

BillB wrote:Non-Yorkshire men are ALWAYS welcome in Yorkshire, ESPECIALLY if they are bearing gifts.
When my bearded, axe wielding, mead drinking ancestors visited your area about a thousand years ago, I don´t think they were that welcome :o
But I´ll try to make up for it at Synthfest.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby degraye » Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:01 pm

BillB wrote: Dan Lind is an (almost) unknown great synth composer.
I've been listening to his music on Soundcloud now and I agree, thanks for the tip!

BillB wrote: Of course, it helps that he can actually play!
That makes all the difference ;)
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby BillB » Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:09 pm

degraye wrote:When my bearded, axe wielding, mead drinking ancestors visited your area about a thousand years ago, I don´t think they were that welcome :o

Hmmm, bearing gifts... bearing axes.... not quite the same. I live a couple of miles from a village called Ellerker - your ancestors left their mark.

But your ancestors are now our ancestors, what’s not to like :headbang:
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Jumpeyspyder » Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:16 pm

Folderol wrote:
Jumpeyspyder wrote:Hi All,

If its any help ? I'm travelling down to kent on the 21st April for a weeks break.

I could collect the TG33 from Will and either Elf / Bill could pick up from Huddersfield (ish) ?
Can we keep that in reserve. If everything pans out conveniently, I'll be able to bring it up myself - provided a non-Yorkshire man is allowed in :lol:

In that case I think we need you and billB to find a date and we'll join in where available ?

It also possbly expands the location, for me anywhere on a trainline is do-able :)

New Meet thread here:-
https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=65859
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Folderol » Tue Apr 16, 2019 12:17 am

Actually, I was thinking in terms of the potential Yorkshire meet :)
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Stickman0_3 » Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:44 am

Hi

Sorry I'm late here, but I would just like to point out the the TG33 is a module version of the SY22 NOT the SY35 as Folderol stated.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby BillB » Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:58 am

Dave beat you to it (4th/5th post on the thread) - but good to have it confirmed :geek:
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Stickman0_3 » Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:04 am

Oh good, that's fine then. No problem.
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Re: Sound Module needs a new home

Postby Stickman0_3 » Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:39 am

Has the TG33 gone yet? If not, I'd be interested if you don't mind posting it to Birmingham.
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