thank you very much for your kind words, Julien.
i hope the new versions won't disappoint you; many have evolved quite
a ways since the last major release. perhaps not everybody will feel
this way but i think they're a lot better now than they ever were;
certainly the new amp (2592) and cabinet (2606) are miles ahead of
anything i've made before. they also sound great on a Rhodes, and
from the way you play it in your "seventies" radioplays i gather you
really like that instrument (as do i, thanks for sharing those
then again, and this i find quite interesting, playing the guitar
through the box at 64 / 44.1 is just fine for me (as it is for anyone
who tried it so far, 'amateur' and 'pro' musicians alike), but with
the keyboard i find the latency rather uncomfortable (i don't ask
anyone to try it though).
incidentally, have you, in your journeys, stumbled across a good
software Rhodes? Dave's Incunabular sounded good but i'm looking for
something with less elegance, more of a gritty and buttery kind.
> A long absence, that you have shown us. But if you always come back like