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Thanks to that big analog rig in Scott's post, I think that if ever I got around to recording anything, I would have to do so under the moniker "Squelch Threshold."
Bode frequency shifter, now that is nice. The Moog modular I learned synthesis on had one of those. So how big a modular system do you have? I use to own a model 15 but I sold it about 14 years ago. It paid for two months of fieldwork in Bali that year.
Anyway, the point is it doesn't take talent or a lot of money, just a lot of reverb. Take me for example... I just alike all the blinky lights and pretend I'm Cap'n Kirk half the time.
No WAY are you going to get away with insinuating that you have no talent! You are one of my very favorite ambient musicians EVER, & I think that your music is WON-DER-FUL! (Besides, it takes a HUGE amount of talent to make all those blinky lights & reverb sounds work for ya')!
(That is all. Beam me up, Scotty)...
Hey, I've have a DSS-1, too. It's gathering dust under my couch, because I have no room for it in the bedroom. I've actually been keyboard controller-less for some time because of space restrictions, but have been enjoying it in a perverse sort of way as a kind of challenge. I think the last chord I played on a keyboard was probably on a piece 5 or 6 years ago.
Believe me, I'm as sorry as anyone about the loss of legacy Forum content... if I was just going to start fresh like this, I could have saved myself a couple dozen hours work and just done that at the beginning.
But I'm trying to remember, this place will fill up quickly with new members and new content, and the most interesting old ideas will be brought up here again, I think.