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Re: LONG LIVE the EDP and the LOOPERLATIVE was: edp R.I.P ...long live the looperlative
On 1/26/06, loop.pool <email@example.com> wrote:
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> One instrument doesn't have to die for another to live. One style of
> doesn't have languish in order for another to thrive.
> Long Live the EDP (and thank you Matthias, Kim Flint, Andy Butler, Claude
> Voit and all of the amazing people who produced it).
> Long Live the Looperlative (and thank you Bob Amstadt, Steve Lawson and
> the people who will help develop it)
> Long Live the Repeater (and all who have developed it)
> Long Live all the incredible live looping hardware and software solutions
> that have made our community so strong and creatively vital.
> The more instruments we have.........the more diversity they
> represent............the stronger our community will be.
Well said, Sir, and thank you for taking the time to say it.