Business as usual

It’s a funny thing, the last two months have been some of the busiest ever, and the most successful in terms of the synth comes-in, gets-fixed and goes-out ethos.

The ironic thing is that there are no horror stories, no disasters and no spectacularly interesting problems that were solved. Most of them were Digital synths, and most of these have onboard diagnostics as they date from the 1990’s or later, and the problems with Digital synths are normally Human interface things like the keyboard, the sliders, encoders, displays and the like, all things that are bread and butter to us. Getting spare parts is still tricky but not impossible, and as Digital synths have become almost a disposible item if they break, our spares collection of user interface parts is quietly growing, although the storage of the carcasses is somewhat of a pain.

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