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scrutiny
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1 of 10  Mon 3rd Nov 2014 9:53am  
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Rob is very EKO friendly when he had to weather THE STORM out, however the TECHNO ROB ( feeling a bit BRASSED OFF with the MYSTERY )went SOARING into an INTERLUDE followed by an ORCHESTRAL BIT from his FUNKIT. It was a bit RYTHYM & BLU-ISH but it left him with a big TWINKLE. only just found it, excellent stuff Rob. Wink Wave Cheers Thumbs up
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Rob Orland
Historic Coventry
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2 of 10  Mon 3rd Nov 2014 9:25pm  
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Hey, thank you Mattash, I appreciate that.... I see you've found "My music" then! Thumbs up Any potential number 1's in there? I could do with a decent pension one day!!! Wink
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Gilly
Melbourne Australia
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3 of 10  Mon 3rd Nov 2014 11:43pm  
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You are certainly a man with many talents Rob. Gilly Wave
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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4 of 10  Tue 4th Nov 2014 12:58am  
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He is isn't he Gilly, but I was wondering for a while what Mattash meant by his Twinkle. All clear though now ! Big grin
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Norman Conquest
Allesley
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5 of 10  Thu 6th Nov 2014 11:36am  
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Rob I really envy you on your musical ability. As a boy I learned to play the trumpet. Badly. I recently tried to get a few notes out of a trumpet but as my own front teeth went into the dentists bin some years ago the attempt was without success. As you are a musician have you ever heard of a Mr Pepper? He was my tutor and I think he was involved with the Coventry School of Music. Norman
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mayjan
Green Lane,Coventry
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6 of 10  Thu 6th Nov 2014 2:10pm  
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Hi Norman we bought a house from Len Pepper in the 60s. Wainbody Avenue,not living there now though. I think this would be the man you mean. Thumbs up
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Norman Conquest
Allesley
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7 of 10  Thu 6th Nov 2014 3:37pm  
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WOW Mayjan. Thank you so much for that. I thought I would I would be one of the last to remember Len. He had the patience of an angel and nothing was to much trouble for him. It wasn't his fault that I was a failure. Thanks again. Norman
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Rob Orland
Historic Coventry
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8 of 10  Thu 6th Nov 2014 8:03pm  
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On 6th Nov 2014 11:36am, Norman Conquest said: As you are a musician have you ever heard of a Mr Pepper? He was my tutor and I think he was involved with the Coventry School of Music
Wow, I don't often get referred to as a "musician", and I certainly don't regard myself as one - not when it comes to tinkling on the piano or guitar anyway. Different with drums I suppose, as I used to play in a band in my late teens, but as you'll know drummers only hang around with musicians, but are never regarded as one! Wink You're very kind anyway, thank you, but I've never had any formal lessons - I just try to play by ear.... and when that starts to ache I use my fingers instead! Most of my music on that page was recorded using a computer programme called "Cubase", which acts a bit like a multi-track recorder, so I can record a drum line, then play that back while putting a bass-line down - then play that rhythm back while adding any other instrument, and so on. And the great thing is - you can go back in afterwards and correct all the notes that you got wrong during recording - which in my case was an awful lot of them! So, no, I'm afraid I've never heard about Mr. Pepper - maybe I'd have benefited somewhat if I had! Many thanks, Rob
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pixrobin
Canley
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9 of 10  Thu 6th Nov 2014 8:36pm  
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My helper's daughter does her music lessons via Skype. It saves her mum a 60-mile round trip. But their internet wasn't working properly today so they dashed up to my house to do the lesson from here. It's OK I checked with the tutor that I could show her picture to my friends - that's her on my computer monitor.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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10 of 10  Fri 7th Nov 2014 2:34am  
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That's fantastic Pixrobin, isn't modern technology wonderful, makes all my ignorance worth while and entertaining. I hope the little girl keeps up with her lessons. Hey, and I love the funky colour violin. (right where's my keyboard) !! plink, plonk, plink . Wave
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