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Re: LIVE LOOPING: a definition
At 11:05 AM 5/28/2003, Rick Walker/Loop.pooL wrote:
>The overall feeling of those two days was one of strong community. Not
>everyone who attended felt it (obviously from Kim's posts)
Where did you get that from my posts?
I think we have a great virtual community of musicians into looping here
LD. Those Loop Festival events are a great real world extension of that
online community. I also had a lot of fun at them and felt a great sense
community there. Musicians gather, talk shop, put real faces on the email
address, hear people play, etc. Great!
But it was all about the musicians. That's who the community was. What I'm
not understanding is how those events are a useful promotional tool to
potential audiences that are not also players. The marketing strategy does
not make sense to me. So I'm asking questions about it, but not getting
many satisfying answers.
Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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