View Full Version : A big Hi from Holland

01-15-2008, 12:44 AM
Hey you all,

My name is Dennis (but you can all call me Denny) and I am from the Netherlands.
I started to play guitar when I was 6 years old (now I am 34), and I did a lot of things in music.
Since a few years I am building guitars for a hobby, and my collection is 23 guitars big now.

Over the years, I was always recording on the traditional way with cassette tapes, and later on the Digital Yamaha MD8 8 track midi-data disks recorder.
I never liked to record my music on the PC, until a friend showed me some software pack that where really good in there sound.

So for about 6 month now, I am recording on my pc.
Still the guitar is my main instrument, and I use the software to build my backing tracks.

I am a big fan of Japanese music like Ayumi Hamasaki and Aya Ueto.
And I was looking on Google for some software that could help me to create that type of music.
From there I found the East West Quantum Leap RA (rare instruments) and I listened to some demos from the website, which was really mind blowing.
The Koto is my favorite instrument from this packet.

Now I own the East west quantum leap Voices of Passion and Gypsy.
And I am really in love with those software packs.
I miss the Asian voices from Japan and china in VoP but still I think itís a very unique software pack.

I am not that good of a keyboard player, but I am working on something new with the help of these packs.
And because of the used-friendly interface itís really easy to build a nice song.

So people of East West quantum leap; keep up the good work.
And I am looking forward to your future software packs!

Warm regards,
Denny www.ghostonastring.nl

01-15-2008, 11:43 AM
Hi Dennis :)

A warm welcome from a fellow dutchie (and hobby guitar player btw). Great collection of guitars.

Enjoy your stay here :D

01-15-2008, 03:34 PM
Hey Denny, welcome from OsnabrŁck !!

01-16-2008, 07:56 PM
Hi Denny, welcome to forum,


01-20-2008, 01:04 AM
Here is are some pictures of my music room (String Studio).
I did some painting last week, and I made a 50x70 canvas print out of the Voices of Passion wallpaper, which looks great on my wall.

I hope to get the Colossus one also on my wall.
So dropped another post at the form, asking if there is a Desktop wallpaper for this.
Or maybe some one can scan the box cover for me.

Anyway, I am still working on the design of the rest of the room, because it's a bit empty now.


So if there is anybody who can help me with the Colossus cover scan of wallpaper.....


01-24-2008, 10:28 AM
Hi Denny, welcome!

Wow cool photos! :)

Great that you've found out much interest in computer music. I also used to be only instrument player, until I discovered that making music on computer opens new wonderful possibilities.