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Old 21st December 2008, 09:07 PM   #11
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No offense intended to Win2K fans Pjotr. I was only speaking from my obviously limited experience. If others have had good experiences with Win2K, my apologies.
Glad to hear things are working Leslie Horn.
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Old 21st December 2008, 09:52 PM   #12
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My name is John.

However, I am a big fan of Hammond and Leslie.

In the Leslie cabinet, there is a pair of horns,
revolving on a spindle, coupled through slip rings.

There is a two-speed motor. "Chorale" speed is 45 RPM,
while "tremolo" speed is 430 RPM. This produces a true
mechanical "doppler effect", which, in my opinion, cannot
be matched electronically. The doppler effect combines
tremolo with vibrato.
Nothing else sounds sweeter (possibly other than a revving
car engine).

On a good HIFI, I can reproduce both.
Crank it up, dude!
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Old 22nd December 2008, 12:27 AM   #13
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Originally posted by Leslie Horn
My name is John.

However, I am a big fan of Hammond and Leslie.

In the Leslie cabinet, there is a pair of horns,
revolving on a spindle, coupled through slip rings.

There is a two-speed motor. "Chorale" speed is 45 RPM,
while "tremolo" speed is 430 RPM. This produces a true
mechanical "doppler effect", which, in my opinion, cannot
be matched electronically. The doppler effect combines
tremolo with vibrato.
Nothing else sounds sweeter (possibly other than a revving
car engine).

On a good HIFI, I can reproduce both.
Crank it up, dude!

Oh, and no offense to Win2K
I use it, too. Yeah, I also use XP, CentOS, Valhalla,
Win98, and even (-=gasp!=-) MS-DOS 6.22.

But my preferred OS, for casual use, is Win2K.
Yes, it's obsolete. Get over it, guys and gals.
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