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Happy Birthday Marino!!!


Faruk

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY CARLO!!! :D:wave::D:wave:

 

As a birthday present I figured out new nickname for you. Your present one is excellent of course, but this was the only present I could really deliver.

 

SMAKAM or S.M.A.K.A.M.(Synth Master Also Known As Marino)

 

It sounds really cool in bosnian language. You can name your studio or project like this ;) . Hope you like it.

 

Faruk

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Happy Birthday Marino! :cool: Have a great one!

 

Regards,

p120dUdE :thu:

My Gear: Yamaha P120 Professional Stage Piano, Yamaha CS1x Synthesizer, Yamaha MSP5 Monitors, Behringer Eurorack UB802 Mixer

Music I Play: Classical, Jazz, Blues, Classic Rock, Rock

 

The Yamaha P120 Pro. Stage Piano is absolutely superb, fantastic, awesome! It rocks!

 

Chris M.

West Brook Music Studio, New England USA

Yamaha P120 Specialist

 

My Synth Group

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Happy birthday from me too and many happy returns! :)
Korg PA3X Pro 76 and Kronos 61, Roland G-70, Integra 7 and BK7-m, Casio PX-5S, Fender Stratocaster with Fralin pickups, Fender Stratocaster with Kinman pickups, 1965 Gibson SG Standard
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Happy birthday Marino! I hope I'm still in time, from the dating of the posts. Say, it's my birthday in a bit less than two months. Can I have an autograph? On an Andromeda? Well... perhaps an Ion? :D
This keyboard solo has obviously been tampered with!
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Wow, wow, wow. THANK YOU!!!!!

 

Thanks a lot everybody for their good wishes, and in particular to Faruk for having launched this thread. It was an huge pleasure to find it - you guys are the best!!

 

I had a VERY happy birthday party yesterday; everybody had good fun till late night. The other side of the coin was today: I had to get up early, after just a few hours of rather drunken sleep... Then I had a rather tiring, no-stop day. Getting back home tonight and reading this was great!!!

 

Last of today's commitments was the end-of-season concert for some of my jazz students. I must say it was wonderful. They played well, and acted like pros onstage. One of those moments when you realize that teaching can be rewarding.

 

A thought passed my mind while reading your posts: It's ridiculous that after four years, I only have met one forum member in person (Alfonso). I'd really like to have a beer and a talk with each one of you... but of course that would mean to start a world tour. I regret not to be traveling much anymore at this moment in life. I'd love to visit California once again, for example, and to discover places like Estonia... Not to speak of Bosnia, which had another name the last time I went!

 

Speaking of which - thanks Faruk for the new nickname. I must say that I'm really attached to the name Marino; it was with me all my life. In fact, it was going to be my name! It didn't end up like that, but I always liked the sound of it. But I'll call a piece of music SMAKAM - it sounds good too! :D

 

So - thanks again to all the forumites who took the time to say hi. You created an unexpected happy moment for me. Once again, KC reveals itself as one of the best communitities anywhere!

 

:wave::wave::wave::wave::wave:

 

Carlo

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Originally posted by marino:

Wow, wow, wow. THANK YOU!!!!!

 

Thanks a lot everybody for their good wishes, and in particular to Faruk for having launched this thread. It was an huge pleasure to find it - you guys are the best!!

 

I had a VERY happy birthday party yesterday; everybody had good fun till late night. The other side of the coin was today: I had to get up early, after just a few hours of rather drunken sleep... Then I had a rather tiring, no-stop day. Getting back home tonight and reading this was great!!!

 

Last of today's commitments was the end-of-season concert for some of my jazz students. I must say it was wonderful. They played well, and acted like pros onstage. One of those moments when you realize that teaching can be rewarding.

 

A thought passed my mind while reading your posts: It's ridiculous that after four years, I only have met one forum member in person (Alfonso). I'd really like to have a beer and a talk with each one of you... but of course that would mean to start a world tour. I regret not to be traveling much anymore at this moment in life. I'd love to visit California once again, for example, and to discover places like Estonia... Not to speak of Bosnia, which had another name the last time I went!

 

Speaking of which - thanks Faruk for the new nickname. I must say that I'm really attached to the name Marino; it was with me all my life. In fact, it was going to be my name! It didn't end up like that, but I always liked the sound of it. But I'll call a piece of music SMAKAM - it sounds good too! :D

 

So - thanks again to all the forumites who took the time to say hi. You created an unexpected happy moment for me. Once again, KC reveals itself as one of the best communitities anywhere!

 

:wave::wave::wave::wave::wave:

 

Carlo

Glad to hear you had a great Birthday. And I am very happy to hear your students did well. I mean, how couldnt they with a teacher and person like you. You have offered so much to the KC Community, and I know I appreciate you knowledge, so keep it commin!! :cool:

 

Regards,

p120dUdE :thu:

My Gear: Yamaha P120 Professional Stage Piano, Yamaha CS1x Synthesizer, Yamaha MSP5 Monitors, Behringer Eurorack UB802 Mixer

Music I Play: Classical, Jazz, Blues, Classic Rock, Rock

 

The Yamaha P120 Pro. Stage Piano is absolutely superb, fantastic, awesome! It rocks!

 

Chris M.

West Brook Music Studio, New England USA

Yamaha P120 Specialist

 

My Synth Group

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