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Volume One - Issue Three

Contributing Editors

The Control Room - Richard Mogridge - Webmaster
Console Up! - Tom Hoehn, Lead Editor
The Skandia WurliTzer - Per Olof Schultz, Associate Editor
MidiTzer Boot Camp - Russ Ashworth, Associate Editor
Mighty Hauptwerk - Jim Reid, Associate Editor
Desktop Goodies - Fred Willis
NYTOS Field Reporter - Eugene Hayek

Office of Operations

Walnut Hill Productions
1233 Sims Street
Ridgecrest, California 93555
Phone - 1-727-230-2610
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Email - slowdog294@yahoo.com

DAILY NEWS

06/30/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank all 2,670 people who have visited Walnut Hill.

The only real news I have today is, unfortunately, sad news. My dear Mother passed away due to natural causes this morning at her home. She was 71 years young. We will miss her deeply. She has been Promoted To Glory, so we know where she is, and for that, we rejoice.

06/29/2004

Greetings, folks from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank the 2,640 visitors to Walnut Hill!

We have added some new links to our Links page. The Links page has been totally revamped to make things easier. Enjoy!

06/28/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank the 2,600 visitors to Walnut Hill! We are averaging over fifty hits per day.

We have put the finishing touches on our website. Enjoy!.

06/25/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank the 2,500 visitors to Walnut Hill! We are averaging over fifty hits per day.

I will be gone camping over the weekend. I shall return Sunday. Hold down the fort 'til then.

06/24/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We have added a link to Prospectum.com, Virtual Pipe Organ samples and news!

06/23/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We are putting the finishing touches on the new look of our site.

Thanks to the 2,400 visitors to Walnut Hill.

We now have 45 members at WHVTPO.

06/21/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I would like to thank the 2,300 visitors to The Walnut Hill Mighty WurliTzer!

Jim Henry and Joe Barron have combined their websites to include new content. Check it out at:

http://www.virtualorgan.com/

06/20/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I would like to thank the 2,200 visitors to The Walnut Hill Mighty WurliTzer!

06/17/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We have added navigation arrows to the top and bottom of each page.

We now have 42 members at Walnut Hill VTPO.

I want to thank the 2100 visitors to our site.

06/16/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

Well, we finaly have it, the new version 4 of the Walnut Hill website!

We would like to thank you, the 1,900 visitors that made this possible.

06/15/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We have added a link to William Attison's Devtronix TPO.

The Walnut Hill VTPO site is down to 41 members.

We have added a hymn, Further Along, to The Mighty MidiTzer Project section. Go to the Mighty MidiTzer Music page to hear it.

06/14/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We thank the 1,800 visitors to our site. Our WHVTPO news group on Yahoo! now has 42 members.

We have added more tunes to The Mighty MidiTzer Project section. Go to the Mighty MidiTzer Music page to hear them.

06/11/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We are adding a new page to our site called The Mighty MidiTzer Project! This will feature news, songs and information on Jim Henry's wonderful virtual 2/10 Style 216 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ program for the Windows PC. Thank you, Jim, for a job well done.

Joe Barron's The Theatre Organ site has been added to our Links section. We have also included the Columbia River Organ Club in our Links section. The theatre organ world is growing, and we thank you, our 1,700 visitors!

06/10/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We have added some material that was done by the Walnut Hill Orchestra and The Sub Urban Cowboys. Although it is not TPO music, it will give you an idea of the diversity our studio has. It will also let you hear our orchestra and the house rhythm section. Go to the Learn About The Studio page to hear this music.

We would like to thank the 1,600 visitors to our site so far.

06/08/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

The Walnut Hill VTPO group now has 41 members.

Jim Henry has released a new version of the Mighty MidiTzer that now includes the Post Horn. Bruce Miles has released a new version of the Cinema Organ SoundFont to go with the MidiTzer. The recording project with the MidiTzer is going well. This will be a complete CD full of music.

06/04/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

We now have 40 members at the Walnut Hill VTPO newsgroup on Yahoo!.

06/01/2004

Greetings, folks, from the Bone Doctor.

Joe Barron has a new website dedicated to his use of Jim Henry's Mighty MidiTzer! There, you will find a ton of helpful and useful information on this wonderful program and some songs Joe has created with it.

We give this site two thumbs up and five stars. Thanks, Joe!

You can visit Joe's great website at the following URL:
http://www.virtualorgan.com

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