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Subject: Bringing a Pianocorder back to life...is this a clue?


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Glen Sands
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Date Posted: 00:08:04 03/16/12 Fri

Hi -
I have an upright Pianocorder which has been dormant for years. I have just started waking it back up, and have a question for you experts out there:

I can play a tape, and keys play...but it seems like only about 1/4 of the keys that should play in a song actually do, and which 1/4 play almost seem random.

It's this way for all the songs on both sides of the tape.

Is this a clue for anybody?

I haven't gotten to running the tests on the alignment tape yet, but thought I'd throw this question out there just in case it points to something in particular.

Thanks in advance,
- Glen

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Re: Bringing a Pianocorder back to life...is this a clue?Mark Fontana10:19:29 03/16/12 Fri


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