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RE: Looperlative on the WEB
That is one fk-all great picture, Rick! Congrats!
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> From: loop.pool [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2006 12:43 AM
> To: LOOPERS DELIGHT (posting)
> Subject: Looperlative on the WEB
> David Battino, who writes a column for the excellent
> O'Reilly Digital Media website just wrote me and told me that
> a picture of yours truly demoing the Looperlative at NAMM is
> on the front page of that website. I was really pleased to see that.
> David wrote that column about the potential problems with loop based
> composition that got a lot of press here at L.D. I wrote
> a long letter
> to that
> site taking him to task for that article (in a polite and
> respectful way, of
> and he wrote me back and really heard the points I had raised
> which really
> me as I had been critical of his original article. Now I
> realize he was
> really talking more
> about the compositional Ableton's Live/Acid/Garage Band world
> than the live
> world and I have to concur, frankly, with some of his
> conclusions about the
> aforementioned world.
> I have corresponded with him a lot off site and finally met
> him at NAMM in
> and found him to be a very intelligent and sensitive
> writer/observer of the digital music scene, so I"m thrilled
> we made it onto that site.
> You have to click through on that article to get to the small
> blurb about
> the Looperlative.
> At least it is legitimizing for the Looperlative to be
> included in with all
> the huge companies
> who showed at NAMM.
> Congratulations, Bob!!!