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Re: improviso n.1
Thanks a lot Miko, Massimo, Ted, Steve and Anders, I'm glad you liked
the track. Is great to be in an environment where people can really
appreciate this type of music. Thanks Miko for mentioning Morton
Feldman, I've never heard of him before, and just doing a quick search
on the web I already found some very interesting pieces of him, cool!
As Massimo mentioned, it's awesome to see people from different parts
of the world being able to identify themselves with the same thing. I
would like to hear more music from everyone on this list.
And also thanks Steve to talk about Stefan Smulovitz, pretty crazy
music that this guy does! I'll keep my eyes open whenever he is
playing in Vancouver.
Anders, actually I made this song when I was recording another piece,
not improvised at all, and when the music was over, the last loop of
the song was playing over and over and I started to tweak the sound of
it, which became the main base of the improvisation. Then all the
guitar parts appeared naturally as I was playing, so the only thing it
wasn't improvised was the first loop. But I did cut some "mistakes"
when I was mixing it.
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 1:01 PM, Anders Bergdahl
> VERY nice i liked it a lot... so it this a improvisation or is it written
> from the improvised peice? Doesen't really matter, it's great music...
>> Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 16:35:39 -0700
>> Subject: improviso n.1
>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Hi, my name is Alex Klinke, this is my first post here in the
>> loopers-delight mailing list. I'm from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and
>> currently living in the city of Vancouver, Canada. Recently I started
>> to use loops in my compositions, and now I'm totally addicted to this
>> kind of language. I always find a lot of good information on this
>> list, and it was very helpful for me especially when I started to
>> configure my setup. And there's a lot of good music too!
>> I'm sending one of my recent compositions, it came out from an
>> improvisation session and turned out to be a full song. I was reading
>> a lot about different ways of improvising here on the list, so I think
>> this song should be interesting for a lot of people. I'm basically
>> using a laptop, running ableton live, a midi controller, and my
>> guitar. Hope you enjoy it.
>> Improviso n. 1:
>> And also I would like to know if there's anyone from Vancouver, BC, on
>> the list. I know that the looping scene is going well in Europe and
>> the U.S., but I don't know about here in Canada, it would be good to
>> know some people from here to share some music thoughts!