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Re: The Live Looping Community (Rick Walker)



Ahem,

'Cause maybe I may have forgotten to mention it lately.
I appreciate Mr. Rick Walker a whole damn bunch for his
encouragement of music (mine, and just about everybody
else's) -- for his tireless promotion of "live looping" as
a way of making (and marketing) a vast assortment of
musical activities, approaches and styles -- and for his
totally committed and utterly sincere promotion of the
concept of "community" (in this forum and beyond) in
nearly as ego-free a manner as anyone I know. Plus
he's a heck of a musician.

Best regards,

tEd kiLLiAn

"Different is not always better, but better is always different"

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