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Postby rachelp » Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:07 pm

I didn't know they made these:

http://www.analoguehaven.com/flame/clockwork/

I wonder how to get one in Australia?!


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Postby Thirteen » Thu Feb 28, 2008 10:56 pm

The way the US dollar is going they might bet pretty cheap soon... Is it something like the Moog Murf?
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Postby rachelp » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:00 am

Thirteen wrote:The way the US dollar is going they might bet pretty cheap soon... Is it something like the Moog Murf?


It's 3 channels of clock pulses with various gate times, swing and time divisions. Plus a MIDI2CV interface
and the ability to drop beats and so on. You can hook it up to anything that will take a clock pulse
and send it stuff. I think it would be great for my System 100 and so on.....


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Postby Thirteen » Fri Feb 29, 2008 10:16 am

That sounds really cool, I am amazed lately at how many people I know are deeply into syncing all kinds of things together with clocks.
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Postby innerclock » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:03 pm

Hi All,

Got something new in the works for mid-2008 if anyone likes the idea of super tight external Midi Clock from a PC or Mac regardless of software...

http://web.webhost4life.com/innerclock/ ... ge&name=16

It's only a teaser really but I'll be posting more info when the prototype is fully tested so stay posted.

Check out:-

www.analogic-acs.com

If you want to see step sequencing done properly.

Best as always - David
www.innerclocksystems.com
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Postby Thirteen » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:14 pm

innerclock wrote:Hi All,

Got something new in the works for mid-2008 if anyone likes the idea of super tight external Midi Clock from a PC or Mac regardless of software...

http://web.webhost4life.com/innerclock/ ... ge&name=16

It's only a teaser really but I'll be posting more info when the prototype is fully tested so stay posted.

Check out:-

www.analogic-acs.com

If you want to see step sequencing done properly.

Best as always - David

www.innerclocksystems.com


Hey Dave! Welcome to the forum. Looking forward to checking out your new device.
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Postby Chinagraf » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:29 pm

Rachel, with the strength of the dollar against the US at the moment you may possibly get that one in wothout having to pay import taxes. Even if you do have to, due to the free trade agreement with the US and it being of US origin you'll only have to pay 10% gst, no import duties, and it won't require a formal customs clearance, which makes it a lot simpler. Not that you shouldn't support local manufacturers, but if you were in a hurry...
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Postby innerclock » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:33 pm

Thanks for the welcome! Been meaning to drop by and say hello for a while.

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Postby Thirteen » Fri Feb 29, 2008 3:08 pm

Chinagraf wrote:Rachel, with the strength of the dollar against the US at the moment you may possibly get that one in wothout having to pay import taxes. Even if you do have to, due to the free trade agreement with the US and it being of US origin you'll only have to pay 10% gst, no import duties, and it won't require a formal customs clearance, which makes it a lot simpler. Not that you shouldn't support local manufacturers, but if you were in a hurry...


Yes, items sent here by post with a value below $1000 are not taxed at all, no GST or duty, but they do include the postage cost as part of the price calculation. Items sent by courier are another story, you are more likely to get GST levied on them. The dollar is at 94.6 today, but America is not in a recession.
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Postby JulienG » Fri Feb 29, 2008 8:27 pm

Thirteen wrote:...The dollar is at 94.6 today, but America is not in a recession.


And they haven't been in one for the last six months or more...
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