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#2959120 - 11/22/18 06:45 AM A Christmas Song
Synthoid Offline
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The holidays are here and time for my arrangement of Pat a Pan on the Korg M3. Hope you enjoy it.

https://soundcloud.com/user-72639645/pat-a-pan
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#2959252 - 11/23/18 06:19 AM Re: A Christmas Song [Re: Synthoid]
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Sure did, well played and produced Scott.
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#2959270 - 11/23/18 08:34 AM Re: A Christmas Song [Re: Synthoid]
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Thank you. rockit
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#2959917 - 11/27/18 05:30 AM Re: A Christmas Song [Re: Synthoid]
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That's a beauty. Good sounds.

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#2959918 - 11/27/18 05:31 AM Re: A Christmas Song [Re: Synthoid]
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Enjoyed it Scott. Hard to imagine it all came out of a single keyboard. Shows the benefit of digging in and learning your gear. thu

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#2959927 - 11/27/18 06:09 AM Re: A Christmas Song [Re: Synthoid]
Synthoid Offline
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Thanks. smile

I've had the Korg M3 for about 11 years now and spend a lot of time creating sounds and sequences with it. It's a great live instrument with KARMA and drum tracks.
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