Novo Line featured on 'Against the Clock' using Tunesmith x2

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Novo Line featured on 'Against the Clock' using Tunesmith x2

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haven't seen this posted here so...

Novo Line featured on 'Against the Clock' using Tunesmith x2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJLM7n4-gbA

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um...Atari computers did that in 1989.
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Re: Novo Line 'Against the Clock' using Tunesmith x2

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Novoline posts/has posted in this forum. He tested the Mist board's midi timing and postes his results, was a great help for those of us wantign to use the Mist for midi work!
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Re: Novo Line featured on 'Against the Clock' using Tunesmith x2

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that's totally rad! one of the best Against the Clocks i've ever seen :)

sorry to say i'd never heard of this guy before - the 432hz alternate tuning stuff has a real interesting quality.. i'm gonna have to research that now!

and this tune is siiiiick

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brYep4f1tmY
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Re: Novo Line featured on 'Against the Clock' using Tunesmith x2

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The good old school !!
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