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Re: Is Electrix out of business?
The signs don't seem encouraging do they?
Electrix is really IVL, based in Victoria, BC. My brothers and a few
friends did some beta testing for them a few years back.
I was at their plant when they were just developing the Elextrix line, in
fact the working name at the time was 'groove station...or...somethin' or
other ...can't remember. I had to sign a non-disclosure agreement (hope
not breaking it now) and was only shown artist renderings of the housings.
The units themselves were still in R&D stage, so it was more talk than
listen to an actual effects unit. We had a demonstration of some circuit
boards, wires and alligator clips that created some some sort of
processing - I think it was the genesis of MoEFX. There was no mention of
anything resembling the Repeater at the time - spring1998.
Last I spoke with them was just before the Repeater came out. I was trying
to score one to use on my album, but they told me that The Edge was
for his and I'd have to wait....I'm still waiting! I had my suspicions
there was trouble when they deep-sixed the other units that proceeded the
Repeater. Well, ...they took me out for dinner and beers at least.
But..that's all I know (for what it's worth). I'll see what I can find
>From: Stuart Wyatt <email@example.com>
>Subject: Is Electrix out of business?
>Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2002 10:02:48 +0200
>I've heard various rumours that Electrix is, or soon will be out of
>business. Their forum is like a ghostship, with the tech guy's long
>absence being put down to 'Holidays' and 'Illness'. There are rumours
>that there will be no more updates to the OS, and it has been stated by
>Lisa@Electrix that 'due to a restructure', shipping of Repeaters will be
>Does anyone on this list have any inside info?
>If the rumours are true, then it will be a sad day for the looping
>community. The potential of the Repeater is limitless - only let down
>here and there by a few software glitches. Given another year or two of
>development, and I could seriously see this box wipe the EDP off of the
>Stuart Wyatt - Solo String Project
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