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RE: Monophobix ;-) (was. Jon Hassells music)
Per Boysen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>(OT) The blessing of the E-bow:
>it prevents the guitarist from killing the music with over harmonized
Indeed. The most enjoyable part of looping is to build things up one piece
at a time and let things go where they will - once you've dropped a full
chord into a loop it feels like you've blocked off a whole load of other
possibilities. Heck, I've left a loop whizzing around the JamMan for
several minutes before deciding what the next note will be sometimes (I
don't inflict that on anyone else, mind...)
"Not building a wall but making a brick," or "You can only make one dot at
a time," perhaps ? ;)
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