mtabolic at ix.netcom.com
Thu Sep 24 14:34:01 PDT 2009
Oops, I meant Buddha Machine not Buddha Box. How does the Buddha Machine
sound? I've got one of the first edition ones and quite honestly the sound
is fairly low resolution. The loops play on top of a bed of hiss/noise. In a
way it's a little charming, but still. Apparently the second Buddha Machine
(with all new loops) offers more fidelity but I haven't heard one. I have
heard the loops though as they are all available on the Buddha Machine
The Gristleism website says "twice the frequency range of the original
Buddha Machines". Hopefully this means it sounds better too!
Now, the next question is, when will we we a Gristleism iphone app?
> Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 12:40:00 -0700
> From: Angus Spottiswoode <swindonbakery at gmail.com>
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> What's the sound level like from a regular Buddha Box? I mean, is it a
> decent output?
> Regarding the colours.... personally I was hoping for a camouflage
> one. How cool would that have been?
> With a nice TG logo.
> Maybe I'll buy a black one and paint that on myself. What a geek.
> On Sep 23, 2009, at 12:24 PM, Metabolic wrote:
>> I went ahead and splurged on the tri-colour box. Someone please pass
>> a kleenex. But seriously, yes, I ordered the box set. As an owner of
>> a Buddha Box I figure one Gristleism device would be fun, but three
>> would be more fun. Place 'em around the room each playing a
>> different loop. And yes, it's a novelty but when the fun factor
>> wears off, the resale value of the tri-colour box will have gone up.
>> Only a hundred in existence eh? Not that I'll probably ever sell
>> considering how gorgeous the silk covered box is. Yeah, I'm a sucker.
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