AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

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George, tsss, tsss, tsss! ;o)
Jan, I play guitar & harmonica, drink beer, sing out of tune, am able to carry heavy stuff and my wife let me in very late.... We could make a "nXt band"... ;o)
Count me in for drinking beer... My guitar playing is SO rusty, I would be lucky to play a G cord.
I can do sax or keyboards.
Sounds like we have a nXt Band starting. The Accurender's?

Peter Milner said:
I can do sax or keyboards.
Maybe some bouzouki ad would make the scheme sound more "international" ? :)
Drummer too back in college and graduate school. With a little practice a dem a skill shall surly come back!
THE ACCURENDERS... Yeah! Kevin, we got the name! George, have you an electrical bouzouki, must nice with wah wah and distortion.... Heavy metal bouzouki! ;o)
This would be something. I'm already dreaming of the great accurender users day. Everybody comes together and we could talk to real physic persons. A nice dinner and lots of booze. After that a live gig by the accurenders. Of course this meeting should take place in Brussels Belgium because uhmmm... uhmmm... my drumkit is to big to ship overseas?
If anyone is interested in my drum skills, you can find me at www.littletandthegang.be
No, Marc, it's prog-rock bouzouki with some psychedelic tint and a lot of improvisation... :)
Prog-rock-psyche bouzouki, mmmh, must be picturesque, with a little dusty piece of peyotl that must remain under the bed of my rusty VW camping car which is dying at the bottom of my garden...;o) Jan, belgium is nice, but to far, and as S. Dali said, Perpignan's train station (France) is the center of the world, so I think that Montpellier in France is the closer to this town. Don't forget Jan that we talk to the whole world.... Our little global party has definitly found his place, here, in Montpellier... ;o)))))
Montpellier, Brussels... let's make it Paris. Sounds like a good compromise. Et bon de maintenir mon français
I saw your videos, congratulations! That's the good old song of the 70 we love, and I think a big part of the nXt users love (I feel that, don't know why ;o))... I don't know if you need your frensch for a long time, I suppose you're not "Wallon" ;o) And one more time, congratulation! ... And OK for Paris, I did my architecture studies here, I love it.

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