Southern Oregon Synth Meet 8/5/17

Published on Aug 9, 2017

This one in via Brian Comnes who had the following to say:

"This is a video summary of the August 5 Southern Oregon Synth Meetup in the VIP lounge of the old Ashland Armory, There were nine attendees with a wide range of synth sounds. This was a first meetup and was considered a success by all. We will meet again in early November.

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