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    A new book called 'The Art of Sound' by Terry Burrows is published on the 27th of June - I think it will be worth a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 57charles View Post
    A new book called 'The Art of Sound' by Terry Burrows is published on the 27th of June - I think it will be worth a look.
    It might simply be a collection of the 850,000 posts that have been made here!
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    I wonder if Marco is aware - could there be some copyright issue here?! - or is Terry Burrows, Marco in disguise?!

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    Its a lovely book and on my wish list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 57charles View Post
    I wonder if Marco is aware - could there be some copyright issue here?! - or is Terry Burrows, Marco in disguise?!
    There could well be one.
    Regards Neil

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    Lol.... Not heard of this book, but good luck to the chap!

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