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RE: loop-based installations - update
> I don't think it's possible to set up a "static" system (meaning static
etc. settings) in a non-static environment (meaning people coming and going
and making unpredictable noises).
a friend of mine has done somewhat similar installations many years ago. He
had built a dynamical system, using an Atari computer (yes, that long ago)
and a self-written C program that analyzed the volume and resonance levels
and was able to react and control autonomously, turning feedback down, or
introducing loops of different lengths in order to change the resonances.
was quite amazing. Maybe you can use PD or Max to develop something