Worth hanging on to your patches on floppy, Yamaha dx7s and the like shooting through the roof in value. A real healthy market. I have an old Elka E44 synth that takes them , software addons a rarity. I also have floppies I cant read with tasteful piccies of a native American lady i was friends with, In fact if things had panned out I would be living in Rudiso New Mexico now ! stunning wasnt the word. Jet black barnet , Almond eyes you get the gig let that one slip through the net
Some pics of her modelling for some Russian fur traders organisation furs ermm strategically placed too much info a family site.Apache tribe origins apparently
PS I dont want you getting the wrong idea about me but we were all young cats once
The technology is fantastic now though. I paid twenty quid for my M Audio midi keyboard off Ebay and just hooked it up to a free copy of Pro Tools First DAW which comes with Xpand!2 with over 2000 Virtual instruments, its actually much more than that as you can combine them. It sounds absolutely awesome though. The main issue is just too much choice and you can spend more time finding the right sounds than actually playing or recording anything. Its like a whole new world to me. Sound engineering, mixing and recording is a real black art though Ive found. I reckon im 1% into a pretty long journey but its fascinating stuff.
There's a thriving community out there still using floppy discs, to maximise the amount given to charity why don't you sell them in batches of 10 on eBay for around £5 inc p&p.
On eBay it's possible to donate direct sales straight to a charity to make things easier.
When life gives you lemons, add them to your gin & tonic
Dunno if Ive posted this but the video is quite funny.
I'd only been learning keyboards about four weeks so its a bit of a mash up. I have no idea what Im doing really.
And "Loaded". I did have a full video with clips from a Peter Fonda Biker video the sample came from but Youtube banned it.
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