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Toronto Visit

I've been in Toronto for the last two days for training with Yamaha on their new digital audio products - the PM5D console and the DME24N and DME64N processors. I wish I had a little more time actually, because I'm kind of enjoying the city more than expected. I haven't been here in a while and from a distance Toronto seems sort of bland, but I am an urban person, and now that I'm here in the hustle and bustle of downtown, I'd like to have a little more time to explore, see some sights, and maybe do some Christmas shopping.

Oh, well. I can't complain, since I'm not paying for the trip.

The work part of the trip has been great. It's no surprise that the PM5D is a killer mixer, and I can't wait to get my hands on one on a gig. More to the point, I can't wait until ABI buys two.

Anyway, I can blog later, but right now I have a few hours to myself before the day ends. I fly back first thing in the morning, so I'm going to go and take advantage of the time I have.

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