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    Exclamation Nothing technical to add.

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    Just stopping in for a minute to say hi to my friends and brothers (& occasional analog galpal).
    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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    Howdy, Dave!

    How are you doing these days? Health and life alright?

    Gear stable bigger? Smaller? Stayed the same?

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    Exclamation Yeah ;)

    I'm doing alright. My health is fine. My life is average. Always room for improvement.

    I sold some Portastudios a while back, can't remember when, maybe several months ago or last year. I've not bought anything but a new bass, last November, but buying/selling stuff isn't a main pursuit of mine. I still need to get rid of lots of stuff. I don't sell stuff just to survive like several years ago. I have a decent job.

    I've been playing with the college rock band for fun and an outside group where I'm just a bit player. Nothing more.

    I've not done any recording in a long time, nor tinkered with any equipment. I cruise this forum occasionally as a casual passtime.

    Nice to see you're still working the boards!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Bob
    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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    When I started getting back into analog recording a couple years ago, I got a 244 and started reading everything I could about it. I found this site to have a wealth of information and I read every thread mentioning it. I did the same thing when I got my 246 and I just wanted to thank you for all the info you put down through the years. I also showed your picture of all those Tascam and Fostex decks as a comparison to my girlfriend as a way to say, "See, I don't have that much stuff!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Reel Person View Post
    I'm doing alright. My health is fine. My life is average. Always room for improvement.

    I sold some Portastudios a while back, can't remember when, maybe several months ago or last year. I've not bought anything but a new bass, last November, but buying/selling stuff isn't a main pursuit of mine. I still need to get rid of lots of stuff. I don't sell stuff just to survive like several years ago. I have a decent job.

    I've been playing with the college rock band for fun and an outside group where I'm just a bit player. Nothing more.

    I've not done any recording in a long time, nor tinkered with any equipment. I cruise this forum occasionally as a casual passtime.

    Nice to see you're still working the boards!
    I think the best part of your reply is the part where you talk about getting out and playing music live...I really miss that.

    Good to "see" you, Dave.

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    Holy shit..........ARP, great to see you still around mate.

    Keep yourself nice and take care.
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    Hey Dave! Good to see you.
    Glad that job is still going strong for you. I you'd just started when we last spoke.

    Are you still recording?
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    Dave, good to hear that you're doing alright. Keep strong my friend, keep strong.

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