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Re: 2/11: call for performers for open loop
It's very informal, but the way I used to run it is that we had some
sections with just one person, some with more than one and lots of
sections where people can make noise if they want.
If there are a lot people, I tend to mix aggressively to get a good
blend. People who play sparsely will get higher levels -- people who
set up a wash or a bed will get lower but consistent levels.
If there are one or two people playing together I tend to set the
levels and step out of the way.
If you show up and have anything you want to do, we'll do it (subject
to the bounds of legality and good taste :-D)
On 2/2/06, mark t <email@example.com> wrote:
> sounds cool. I might show up. is the idea that everyone just bring
> there instrument and looping device and we create one giant loop or do
> people perform individually?
> On 2/2/06, Tom Ritchford <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hello... we're doing an open loop again and I'd love you to come and
> > It's February 11, 3PM to 8PM.
> > Grand Central Bar
> > 659 Grand St, Brooklyn
> > Let me know in advance or just show up.
> > It's a nice little space -- no one cares about it and we can do as we
> > like for a nice long afternoon. I intend to keep the noise levels low
> > and do long continuous jams -- and I can now record them continuously
> > I hope without side breaks.
> > I'm bringing a 24 input board so there will definitely be room for all
> > of you. There are also mic stands and I have a mic or two. And it'll
> > all be recorded direct-to-digital.
> > --
> > /t
> > http://ax.to ... extreme NY arts and music calendar
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