• It’s time for me to do something I haven’t done much in the past years… Take a break, clean my lenses and travel. Not “on the road” – a lot of family mess to attend – but still a radical change of environment, food and pace.

    I’m off between the 9th and the 28th so there’ll be very limited forum and email presence from me. I’ll take a bit of EE textbooks and product design homework with me, but don’t expect me to come back with a new firmware version and an Atari ST patch editor! I might bring new things when I am back, though. At least a few more sarees to serve as backgrounds for new product photos :)

  • What? no Atari patch editor? And I was going to buy one just to have that!
    hehe, take your holiday… I can’t think of anybody who deserves it more!

  • Enjoy your time mate.

  • I was beginning to think you’d never take a holiday, you crazy hard-working person, you :)

    You’ve done amazing stuff over the last year. A holiday is much deserved, and I hope you enjoy it greatly.

  • Have a great holiday and merry Christmas.
    Philippe

  • Hey Olivier,

    get a break, do something completely different, sleep, have a drink with a SunUmbrella in it…...time to get relaxed and your mind free for all the things that will come in the future. Have Fun!

    Frank

  • Yep Olivier, have a nice break and enjoy it ! Thanks again for your hard stuff !
    See ya soon !
    Merry christmas !-]

  • what’s holliday mean????

    Empty ur head, and occupes toi de toi un peut!

  • Cool man, have a great break.

    Whats your cell phone number in case i need some help ?

    :)~

    Have a good one!

  • You dare leave us with a teaser like this: http://mutable-instruments.net/node/11681 ?

    The picture in the bottom-right is a IR301 board!
    This filter is (mostly) responsible for “the Roland sound” and was featured in the following iconic synths: SH101, MC202, Jupiter 6/8, Juno-6, and Juno 106!

    Too bad it will be another hard-to-find IC. Still, this is a very cool idea!

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