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Meet Jim Reid, Mighty MidiTzer Player

Jim Reid has a page in the Featured Artists section of our site.

He is a member of the ATOS, the Walnut Hill VTPO and Theatre Organ SoundFonts groups on Yahoo! and also holds the office of Research and Development in the Walnut Hill Organ Club.

His work with the Mighty MidiTzer has earned him a place here on the Walnut Hill Wall of Fame. On his Featured Artists page, you can see more photo's of his setup and listen to four great tracks he has made on his incredable machine.

We quote Jim below:

Click here to download a 640 x 480 JPG picture of me at the console with Miditzer up on the LCD screen.
Photo No. 1
At the console with the Mighty MidiTzer up on the LCD screen.

Note that out here, I always play barefoot and in shorts!

Click here to download a 640 x 480 JPG picture of a better view of the Miditzer Virtual Console on the LCD.
Photo No. 2
A better view of the Mighty MidiTzer Virtual Console on the LCD.

Here, you can see the Mighty MidiTzer Virtual Console on the LCD sitting on the music rack of the Allen organ.

Click here to download a 640 x 480 JPG picture of the nice big notes for easy reading by my old eyes!
Photo No. 3
A veiw of the nice big notes for easy reading by my old eyes!

Here is a view of the nice big notes for easy reading, generated by the FreeHand Systems Music Pad Pro. Music is nice and bright and has good contrast for close study!

The Music Pad Pro, keyboard, and mouse all reside on the right-hand end of my large bench -- didn't bother to photo them. Shown on the display is the first page of Bill Irwin's "Frankie and Johnny" arrangement.

Getting inducted to the Wall of Fame is easy!

Who doesn't want recognition for their efforts with the Mighty MidiTzer? Now, you can get noticed on the Walnut Hill Wall of Fame! Folks will see your pictures and be able to go directly to your site by clicking on them. We hope to see many more inductees here in the days ahead as folks step out with their Mighty MidiTzers. So... Dust off those cameras and get snappin'. Also, if you have recordings or any other content you want featured, we can put those here as well.

Email The Bone Doctor to find out how you can be among the ranks of those who are pioneering this Mighty Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ. Join TOSF and Walnut Hill VTPO and make your intentions known to all the folks in VTPO land. We are always glad to recognize those who make the TPO kingdom a better place!

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