Welcome to CBK's Home Page
My name is Carsten B. Knudsen and this is my homepage at
Currently, this is my only publicly accessible home page - partly
because I'm lazy, and partly because the idea of banning graphics and other
content-distracting stuff seemed appealing.
So, here's a couple of pointers to more info about me and my whereabouts
(for whomever might care to look :-)
More irrelevant content to go here
- Here should be a bit more prose about me and the people closest to me,
but I still haven't gotten around to it...
- Here's a
of me - for those who dare/care.
- Here's a link (in danish) to my kids' school,
Friskolen i Hinnerup
("the Free School in Hinnerup"), a parent-driven and (partially)
-funded school, based on the ideas of Freinet and N.F.S. Grundtvig,
among others. This is where I spend a fair share of my
- Here's a few music links:
Roland - I don't have a picture
of my good ol' DX-7 mk.1, but there should have been a link to it
as well :-)
- April 2002: Oh yes, and not to forget:
Marshall amps. I just
recently bought a second-hand Valvestate 8080,
and I think it goes quite well with my good old L6-s.
- September 2004: I am now the happy owner of
a Waldorf micro-Q synth module :))))) (among others). I cannot
put a link to Waldorf GmbH here, as they went down this spring :(
Very sad! I have heard a couple of these Waldorf thingies, and
they produce fabulous sounds. If you're into electronica or just
need a superb synth, get one while you can.
- January 2005:
Forget about Valvestates, "virtual tube"
amps and the like! A couple of weeks ago, I sold the 8080, not
because I disliked the sound, but mainly because I thought it was
"buzzy" at low volumes and because it was such a big s***er
to lug around. I then ran into a guy who was selling a
Carvin X-60A all-tube amp at a modest price.
What a difference! I tried it out in a music store where the guy
was working, and hence I had the opportunity to compare it
side-by-side against a couple of the smaller (and not-so-small)
"virtual-whatever" amps that I had been considering.
Oddly, they all suddenly sounded somewhat
like an old transistor radio beside the Carvin...
Need I say that I ended up bringing the X-60 home, and I am now
a convinced tube-amp convert :) - Oh yeah, and this amp
becomes my L6-s even better that the Valvestate did!
- Btw., if you don't know the Gibson L6-s, have a look at
Harmony-Central.com for the gory details or
for a neat picture (not mine - found on Google) of the beast.
- You should also have a look at one of my colleagues'
building project - really neat!
- These are my current and
(and here are those that were
- I also have plans to set up an archive of the various little
shell scripts and other pieces of Unix software I have written over
time - it will probably fit neatly inside the webspace limits on
Grex anyway. When and if it ever comes to life, I'll put a link to
You may send mail to me
addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will try to maintain this page on a
somewhat regular basis / change this page without prior notice,
but I will not introduce any graphic, audio, or CGI files on Grex,
in compliance with the Grex policy (although I may at some point in time
include references to such material located on other sites).
Thanx to Morten (aka. Mojo - <email@example.com>)
for leading my attention to the existence of Grex.
* This page was created using the vi toolkit.
** This page is 100% Lynx and w3m compliant.
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