The Moog

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Date: Tue Jul 28 00:35:18 1998

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From: Ward Donald Griffiths III <>
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Subject: Re: The Moog


> I _think_ I've got the entire Wendy (nee Walter) Carlos collection in
> vinyl, along with Tomita's magnificent work (that horrible coral pink
> "Bermuda Triangle" disk with music that overcame the fact that you had
> to look at the disk to put it on the turntable). I intend to pick up
> a CR writer in the next few months and the main purpose is to transfer
> material from vinyl and mylar -- its use as a computer peripheral is
> secondary (though non-trivial, as I want to make solid archives of a
> bunch of old Tandy software among other things).
> --
> Ward Griffiths <> <>
> They say that politics makes strange bedfellows.
> Of course, the main reason they cuddle up is to screw somebody else.
> Michael Flynn, _Rogue Star_

I, too, have the Bermuda Triangle LP, but if I remember correctly I have two
copies -- one pressed in pink vinyl and one pressed in blue.

BTW -- has anyone ever tried to decode the encoded message on that album?
I've always wanted to see what it said, but I always lacked the necessary
Tarbell cassette interface to read it.

As an aside, My personal favorite of the early synth years is Larry Fast and his
Synergy project.
Paul Braun
NerdWare -- The History of the PC and the Nerds who brought it to you.
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