griffin avid wrote:I actually think it'd be nice if we (the general public) didn't get ANY info till it was ready to go.
I'm getting tired of lusting for things so far away.
Stab Frenzy wrote:Does anyone actually believe that they had a fully functional unit that then stopped making sound? I sure don't. If they really did have it working and then fried it by shorting a power rail or similar then the sequencer/button/digital functions would be the first thing to go rather than the analogue sound generation bits. And if by some amazing fluke just the analogue generation parts were damaged surely whatever it was that was damaged would be readily available in a big city like Frankfurt. They should just have said that they haven't got it finished yet, I'm pretty sure everybody's aware that most of the stuff shown at trade shows hasn't even had time for the solder to cool.
Stab Frenzy wrote:Does anyone actually believe that they had a fully functional unit that then stopped making sound? I sure don't.
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