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sparschäler
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Octatrack

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I bought an AK25 and an Electron Octatrack. Just in case you wonder why I neglect my social activities.

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haha is this your passion nr two? or are you turning that boat into a peer controller?

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sparschäler wrote:haha is this your passion nr two? or are you turning that boat into a peer controller?
awesome possibilities there! you could rig a tinga-style joystick setup to a hydrovane or tillerpilot, sit back and listen to the sounds of autopilot. :lol:

hows the octatrack? I've had my eye on one for a while now.

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I'd say for a buzzer, the octatrack is easy to learn and a lot of fun since we're used to complex and flexible setups.

watch the vids on youtube to get a better impression.

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sparschäler wrote:I bought an AK25 [...]. Just in case you wonder why I neglect my social activities.
And I bought AK-47 and cannot get rid its machine gun effect...
And it can affect my social activities, too...

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