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    Dear everyone,

    I have been on this forum for awhile. It has always been my will to contribute to the community as much as possible. Today I am happy to announce that The Early Keyboard Instrument Network is now on-line.



    http://www.earlykeyboard.net

    This project is complicated, involving five servers working together from different locations. It is a website that caters to anyone who has an interest
    in any early keyboard instruments such as harpsichords and clavichords.

    For organists, anything that is pre-Romantics are welcome. I myself personally prefer to play Hofheimer, Valentini, and John Redford! So whether you are into Buxtehude's music or Antegnati organs, there will be something for everyone.

    The website provides most functions that you can think of. News, a Blog, a Forum, an Event Calender, a Chat Room, a Gallery, Links and Directories, Classifieds, Advertisement for business and individuals. A separate media gallery will also be on-line to host media, such as audio recordings or video, starting end of this week.

    Over the next couple of days we will be fine tuning the website such as minor adjustment in looks. Most sections have universal log-ins however, there are some that require separate registrations such as the gallery. We will continue to work on this so that all sections will have universal log-ins.

    We also are looking for volunteers who can be moderators on the organ section of the forum, and other sections as administrators. The idea is to have people from different parts of the world supervising the website at all times. I myself will be on on-line messengers to answer any questions and even you can call me on my business line if you have any problems or suggestions. You can look up my details in "About Us". I am from the San Francisco Bay Area, so my time will be US Pacific Time (PST). Finally, if you have any suggestions of additional functions that you would like to see, please feel free to email me.




    Thank you for your support, and please spread the message!



    Sorry for cross posting to several forum topics as I do not know which one exactly will fit the topic.



    Yours Truly,

    Vince

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