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Roland 909 Simulator

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"This drumcomputer hits the market 1984 and was a long time the state of art in house and techno productions. Shift-Click the Step-buttons for accent triggers. Shift-Click-Move knobs for smoother resolution. Press Save to store a snapshot of the current settings to a flash cookie. Restore snapshot by pressing Load. Clear to delete all patterns and reset all knobs. Drag and drop a pattern button (invisible) to copy a pattern to a new location. "

 

click the link to make some oontz:

 

http://lab.andre-michelle.com/fl-909

 

 

This shit is pretty fun. I don't have any programs like garage band on my lame pc, so this is kind of cool.

 

Enjoy, or not.

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i have been making some serious oontz. all i need are some b-boys breaking or some ravers with glow sticks.

 

shit i need to get a mac and spend my evenings doing more constructive things.

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i used to play with programs like that in high school just so i could make fun of rave kids and tell 'em i got the new ltj bukem or whatever they'd talked about the day before. then i'd play my tracks that i spent 5 minutes on and they'd be like "oh i really like the direction he's going"

 

then i told them they'd got served and they were stupid.

 

i'm not as angry as i once was, but those were some dumb motherfuckers.

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mmmm 909 oontz :lick: yum.

my brother has that crazy machine.

i think i might "borrow" it to make some oontz of my own in real lyfes.

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but can you download it.... ive seen the flash mouse canvas thung he did a bunch of times also

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I dig my drum machine, I should get some flicks and figure out how to run my oontz via computer to upload. I dig oontz.

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