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Re: LONG LIVE the EDP and the LOOPERLATIVE was: edp R.I.P ...long live the looperlative
is just getting closer and closer to what we have all
been waiting for...but perhaps when perfection comes
we wont feel like looping anymore:-)
--- "Torstein H. Rem" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Great reflections, Claude !!
> We want more, more, more
> not sure what to use it for
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "claude voit" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2006 2:26 PM
> Subject: Re: LONG LIVE the EDP and the LOOPERLATIVE
> was: edp R.I.P ...long
> live the looperlative
> > Musicians
> > Please ask yourself !!
> > how come will I be suddenly more creative and a
> better musician, more
> > sexy, more powerfull because this new looper
> machine is in town??
> > Why are those new words in this new manual more
> valuable than those in the
> > old one (that I never went thru anyway).
> > will I have more ideas of what to do with my new
> toy (besides trying all
> > the functions)?
> > really?
> > Is looking at a new display make your notes and
> rythm new ?
> > how long will it take to fill those 8 tracks with
> musik 8min 10 minutes?
> > is it allowed to be boring on stage?
> > can you handle the technical pressure of managing
> 8 tracks and remember
> > where goes what, and what is on track 6 ?
> > and still be present to your audience?
> > is shoe gazing bad for your spine?
> > is there joy in repetition?
> > Have a nice day
> > Claude
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