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6 minutes ago, mtaylor said:

Excellent work OC.  I've sampled it and will play them all when I have my brandy later on.  Very mellow and soothing music.

Thank you so much mark,   I dream some of my synth riffs would make good  film music,   and other colabarations  - who knows.

 

OC.

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Some really enjoyable tracks. I'm sure you've listened to Georgio Moroder, Brian Eno, Sparks... I'm a huge fan of Gary Numan and NIN as well.

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12 minutes ago, Fright said:

Some really enjoyable tracks. I'm sure you've listened to Georgio Moroder, Brian Eno, Sparks... I'm a huge fan of Gary Numan and NIN as well.

Thank you so much Robert,   I used to be in a band in the mid 80s  playing synth  a Korg Poly800   my best mate at the time was the bass player  he was a cousin of  John Taylor  from Duran Duran.

I have dabbled in trying to play  bass and sax  but  got out voted by the admiral due to the noise from the sax  aslo drove our dog nuts.

 

OC.

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