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RE: LOOPING VIDEO posted by Rick Walker

Very cool, the three separate pieces really fit... I like it a lot.. 

I did something similar once. i first recorded a looping jam with the EDP, then i did two new takes as complements to the first track, each in one take. Then i mixed just the two complementary track and it turned out rather cool.. very airy 

LP2 seems like a great machine...

> Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2011 13:16:29 -0700
> From: looppool@cruzio.com
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: LOOPING VIDEO posted by Rick Walker
> Some of you have probably seen this posted at the "loopers delight'
> group at Facebook
> but for those of you who haven't
> www.youtube.com/looppool
> I posted this piece which showcases a couple of new functions that I
> added to the LP-2 Mini Looper
> (quarter/quadruple speed and random retrigger). I also use liberal
> amounts of half/double speed, reverse
> and quantized replace with different retriggering schemes that are built
> into the LP-2.
> For tech heads, I used a cheap fretless Stratocaster tuned to a scale
> (not an open tuning) with a
> Harmonic Capo at the 12 fret running through an Experience Octave Fuzz
> (without the octaver turned on), an
> LP-2 and then, finally, an Electro Harmonix Freeze pedal into a 5 watt
> Vox amp, miced into my computer
> with an Audio Technica ATM 4033 into a Blue Icycle USB pre amp/USB adaptor.
> Each side of the stereo was a separate single take in real
> time........they both laid really nicely against
> each other though are not at all synced.
> I also used a new fun iPhone video effects app (I forget which it's
> called) and shot the video which
> consists of one single take of me shooting the blinds in my bathroom at
> dawn.
> Neither improv nor the video improv was designed for each other. I just
> put them together and they sounded
> interesting and I resisted to urge to edit anything.
> The piece is called "Beautiful Christine on the Occasion of her
> Birthday" and is dedicated to my lovely wife.
> Rick Walker