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RE: Live Looping Sequencer
I would suggest also looking at manuals of existing loopers:
and looking at software loopers around:
Web interface nuisance:
GMX allows to connect to their mail accounts also via SMTP / POP. Check
their website how to configure your mailclient.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thorsten Wilms [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Montag, 16. Mai 2005 13:31
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Live Looping Sequencer
> New to this list, I'm Thorsten Wilms and currently working on my
> design diploma. My topic is a hardware sequencer for live use and
> I defined sequencer like this:
> - A sequencer is a device for recording and playback of signals with the
> possibility to arrange several recordings.
> Optionaly recordings can be edited.
> - Recording can happen in realtime, step-wise or alternatively through
> - The Signal can be audio or control data (like MIDI).
> - To arrange refers to repeating, putting into sequence and layering of
> The live and improvisation aspects led me to looping gear, so my
> will be more of a live looper, just most likely with emphasizing putting
> things into sequence and with audio and midi capabilities.
> I would appreciate any and all input, but I'm especialy interested in:
> - the equipment used with loopers, routing setups
> - common problems (especialy on stage)
> - things no device does quite right / missing features
> - what is realy important for looping gear
> BTW, I have to use another webmail provider, because mails sent over my
> prefered one (smtp: mx.freenet.de) to subscribe to this list had no
> at all. Same for mail to the listmanager. Now i have to use a web
> instead of Mutt ... help to resolve this issue would be welcome.
> Looking forward,
> Thorsten Wilms
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