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    Hey you Sampletekk peeps

    Hey!

    Just got your October Special offer - thanks very much!

    Might I (very humbly ) make a small, tiny, incy-weency suggestion? You might want to include a link in your emails. At least to your homepage - if not the special you are offering. People are more apt to actually click on a link, even tho they think they might not be interested. And this is what you want - you WANT people to go to your site. Just like in retail - you WANT people to come into the store, even though they might not be looking to actually buy anything.

    Just a friendly suggestion

    Cheers.

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    Re: Hey you Sampletekk peeps

    Another thing: "Each tone is held for about 5
    seconds, and that's how long a musician normally can hold a note without
    breathing."

    I'm a recorder player, so I tested this myself, and when playing the middle C of the range on a soprano, alto, tenor and bass range I got an average of about 15 seconds before I start to feel I am running out of air. In some cases I was able to produce notes of over 25 seconds. I can imagine that in composing avant-garde music or other styles deviant from the classical idiom note lenghts of more than 5 seconds are needed. But even in slow-pace Baroque music I can imagine a 5 second sustain to be too short.

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    Re: Hey you Sampletekk peeps

    Quote Originally Posted by RiffWraith
    Hey!

    Just got your October Special offer - thanks very much!

    Might I (very humbly ) make a small, tiny, incy-weency suggestion? You might want to include a link in your emails. At least to your homepage - if not the special you are offering. People are more apt to actually click on a link, even tho they think they might not be interested. And this is what you want - you WANT people to go to your site. Just like in retail - you WANT people to come into the store, even though they might not be looking to actually buy anything.

    Just a friendly suggestion

    Cheers.
    I agree. It's also a good idea to creat a bookmark folder called samples and put the site in there.

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