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  • First Cinema Show Outing a Success!

    Last night at the Cuyahoga County Fair.
    Yamaha Motif XS7 / Roland JP-8000 / MicroKorg XL / Takamine GN30CE / Alesis iMultiMix 8 / Mackie TH15A Thumps / Epiphone Les Paul Studio Deluxe / Fender SuperChamp XD

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    It's nice to see the Church of Satan getting some representation.
    Originally Posted by Metrosonus


    working in a library I wish women would just come right out and say "where do you keep your soft core / torture porn at?"









    Originally Posted by swardle


    Well, I've never seen such filth in my entire life. Disgustation!!!



    That's called pain. Get used to it.

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    • #3
      ah, a Genesis tribue band eh?

      I recently came across a band from Germany called "the Farm" who do Genesis and Phil Collins stuff. Very nice. They did a concert DVD which is excellent that is available for sale from Momme Boe.
      Check them out on youtube for some samples of the concert.

      do you have any links to share?

      only 3 months until we get to see the Musiscal Box.

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      • #4
        do you have any links to share?


        Will soon... working on video conversion and the facebook band page right now.
        Yamaha Motif XS7 / Roland JP-8000 / MicroKorg XL / Takamine GN30CE / Alesis iMultiMix 8 / Mackie TH15A Thumps / Epiphone Les Paul Studio Deluxe / Fender SuperChamp XD

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        • #5
          cool, keep me posted ok?

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          • #6
            Gallery is up at: http://wncx.radio.com/2011/08/15/photos-wncx-presents-the-cinema-show-at-cuy-county-fair/

            Still working on video conversion... not my forte'... :-/
            Yamaha Motif XS7 / Roland JP-8000 / MicroKorg XL / Takamine GN30CE / Alesis iMultiMix 8 / Mackie TH15A Thumps / Epiphone Les Paul Studio Deluxe / Fender SuperChamp XD

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            • #7
              AJP -- you are living my dream! Tell us about your keyboard rig for this band!!
              Keyboards: Roland Fantom G6 (2); Korg Kronos 61; Muse Receptor VIP; Nord Electro 3; Privia PX-350Guitar Stuff: Route 101 Solimar; Line 6 POD X3 Live, Pocket POD (2)

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              • #8
                AJP -- you are living my dream! Tell us about your keyboard rig for this band!!


                I'm actually the frontman -- "Peter" and "Phil" in this project. So my rig is batwings, glitter capes, hockey jerseys and wristbands! ;-) Our keyboardist is great, absolutely nails the parts. I'll tell you what I know... on the stand is a Korg 01/W ProX, above it is a Roland A-70 MIDI controller. In the rack is a Korg Radias (excells at replicating the Arp ProSoloist sounds), an E-Mu Vintage Keys Pro, a Roland VK-8M organ module for the Hammond L/T sounds, a Yamaha MIDI router and a Korg 01/W Rack as a backup for the ProX.

                My first outing as frontman. Had some minor terrors in the morning, but an early soundcheck, facing the 1,000s of bleacher seats, really helped! Will hopefully have video links up by the end of the week!
                Yamaha Motif XS7 / Roland JP-8000 / MicroKorg XL / Takamine GN30CE / Alesis iMultiMix 8 / Mackie TH15A Thumps / Epiphone Les Paul Studio Deluxe / Fender SuperChamp XD

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                • #9
                  Looks like a great show, love the pics.
                  Looking forward to the video portion.
                  Congrats AJP.

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                  • #10
                    I'll tell you what I know... on the stand is a Korg 01/W ProX, above it is a Roland A-70 MIDI controller. In the rack is a Korg Radias (excells at replicating the Arp ProSoloist sounds), an E-Mu Vintage Keys Pro, a Roland VK-8M organ module for the Hammond L/T sounds, a Yamaha MIDI router and a Korg 01/W Rack as a backup for the ProX.

                    My first outing as frontman. Had some minor terrors in the morning, but an early soundcheck, facing the 1,000s of bleacher seats, really helped! Will hopefully have video links up by the end of the week!


                    Cool! I love that music and wish I could see you guys live. I've tried to do something similar in the Washington DC area but had to finally give up after 3 years of running various ads for a guitarist and never finding one. The drummer in my cover band was able to find players for a Rush tribute band in less than a month....go figure.
                    Keyboards: Roland Fantom G6 (2); Korg Kronos 61; Muse Receptor VIP; Nord Electro 3; Privia PX-350Guitar Stuff: Route 101 Solimar; Line 6 POD X3 Live, Pocket POD (2)

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                    • #11
                      I'm from northeastern Ohio, and was in a band that was covering Lamb Lies down on Broadway stuff in 1975 or so.

                      When is your next gig? Or do you have a webpage with schedules and stuff?

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                      • #12
                        I'm impressed. Even more so if you can pull off Gabriel's and Collins' voice

                        Now you just need a little shaving... right on the center of the front of you hair
                        http://www.reverbnation.com/christianschulze

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                        • #13
                          Now you just need a little shaving... right on the center of the front of you hair


                          That's where I drew the line ;-)

                          Website/facebook/media should follow shortly...
                          Yamaha Motif XS7 / Roland JP-8000 / MicroKorg XL / Takamine GN30CE / Alesis iMultiMix 8 / Mackie TH15A Thumps / Epiphone Les Paul Studio Deluxe / Fender SuperChamp XD

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