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Re: Looping as a cure for insomnia

In watching that I had the idea that at the end of the gig, you could,
sign and sell/auction/donate/raffle/whatever the art produced.  Or,
you could take an email list and randomly select one of the names and
send it.  So many possibilities.  It would be an interesting one of a
kind piece from the gig for folks.

I wonder if other folks are doing that sort of thing.


Oh yes, I enjoyed it quite a bit as well.

On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Petri Lahtinen <aikuinen@gmail.com> 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2LoLZy5BMw&feature=player_embedded
> Dont shoot too harsh, my 2nd looping gig ever.
> (And yes, very traditional jamman-layering, not any realtime effects with
> scripts running on DAWs)
> :-D
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