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June 14, 2007


David Hillel Wilson

Interesting site. Unfortunately I can't scroll down without the graphics getting trashed. (Win 2K, AOL 9.0, I.E. 6).
Anyways, as the Curator of the New England Synthesizer Museum, I was wondering if you had any advice for us on preserving Evatone Sound Sheets?

j a n

If you haven't yet, you've got to go visit my friend Craig over at Get it/Got it/Good.

He's also an expert on old music and movies. You two should talk! :-)


Just wanted to say hello and I enjoy your site! Getting started on one of my own as well. I look forward to some good reading.

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