EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

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    Picture EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

    I copied this photo from Sjors other post as it's a superb shot

    Besides being a totally different watch to the original MUDMAN, check out the size of the original :-D

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    Re: EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

    The old mudman is HUGE! I didn't expect it to be this big!:-D

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    Re: EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

    I never thought the original MUDMAN was big either until the new one came out:-D

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    Re: EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

    That picture really speaks for itself in comparison.

    Looks almost like a his and hers Mudman set. :-D Only kidding.

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    Re: EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

    The old button looks nearly as big as the new watch:-D

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    Re: EXCELLENT comparisson shot of old and new MUDMAN (Thanks Sjors)

    That's a mighty impressive organ you have there, Ozzie...

    Quote Originally Posted by OZZIE
    I never thought the original MUDMAN was big either until the new one came out:-D
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    Ha Ha,

    It's mine. It's one of my Korg Poly 800's. It was actually my first real synthesizer. 2 analogue oscilators and 2 indipendend LFO's per voice, 8 key polyphony (which was revolutionary at that time). It also has a great envelope generators (one per oscillator and one for the filters and noise generator) with 6 steps, instead of the regular ADSR envelopes (Attack, Decay, Sustain, release). Programmable sounds and a step sequencer.

    I have had loads of fun with those oldies (I have 3!).

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