Thanks Frank, I'm getting a little better every day.
I'm not sure I am qualified to "welcome" you to EC, since I do not have a personal page here myself (something similar is coming very soon though). But, I will cheer you, celebrate your talents, praise your artistic accomplishments, and encourage one and all to smile in appreciation of your presence! Viva The Dave!
C3, you are ultimately qualified to comment on anything, anytime, anywhere. It's good to see that you are a member of the Electronic Cottage.
Great to see you here dude! I do hope your health continues to improve! I wish you well in your ideas of things you want done! Your music is always a great listen and a fancy to the ears. Dang we have known each other so long. Kudos to you my friend!!
Welcome on board , Dave! Can’t wait to see more of your posts! I hope you’re feeling ok these days, Hal McGee updated his facebook friends on your last visit to the hospital, i was tempted to send good vibes your way, but i was’nt sure if it would be weird, since it would be the first time i contacted you, though i listened to you on Archive.org! Anyways , keep up the cool audio, and keep on keeping on!
I love seeing you here, Dave!
A big hug, amigo!
I really enjoyed your art.. Your stories are so authentic and full of life.
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I've been working with analog synths, mainly on the electronics side, since the mid-1970's. In 1981 I purchased my ARP 2600. I worked on recording and mastering the intricacies of the 2600 until my first cassette release in 1990. Since 1981, I have also acquired an ARP Odyssey, Axxe and Sequencer, a PAiA Stringz and Thingz, several rack effects, stompboxes and home made synth modules. I used to have an Echoplex but it became unrepairable. It is featured on some of my early recordings.