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Re: Looper's Delight misconception

Pages such as "Tools of the Trade" make up the loop book; the Wikipedia of 
looping; the 
encyclopedia of looping; the Loopipedia! The loopers-delight site is the 
Tyler Z
On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 02:24:23 +0200, mark francombe wrote:

>I spose that a joke Matt...--- theres only a parking site at 
>Seriously, what do people want there to be at LD.com???... cos IMNSHO we 
>just have a one page banner.. telling how to subscribe... who needs all 
>"tools of the trade?" or Artist profiles??? Really we all just google it 
>or you 
>tube it or Facebook it now anyway right?.. does a bunch of pages do 
>anything at 
>all to contributing to a community?
>LD is and has always been about the mailing list, now THATS where it 
>could do 
>with some updates... not some dull site thats basically just showing ads.
>1. LD should stay as it is (for folks what like it this way)
>2. LD should be accessible from a web front end, that saves threads like 
>3. LD mailing list should accept rich media, inline youtube links and 
>4. website...??? oh just kill it... or leave it there in memory of Kim... 
>So.. no ones gonna do that are they so lets just leave it...
>Violet doesnt NEED to do anything to the site, or the mailing list... 
>doing it just fine... why does everything have to be so fucking up to 
>I remember Loopers Delight when it was made of wood!
>If you wanna do a forum, there is one!!! @ livelooping.org, theres a 
>group theres a youtube channel... jeesus... what more do you all want!!
>honestly... why does anyone care that its a movement or a genre??? its 
>its a teensy weensy bit of technology that does something cool... 
>I wonder if those people on PhasersDelight.com have so much anguish?
>On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 8:15 PM, Matt Davignon <mattdavignon@gmail.com> 
>Speaking of which, I really should switch out all those 3 year old mp3s 
>on my 
>own website. :)
>Sorry - about the artist profile thing. I tend to think a bit 
>because on bayimproviser.com, about 2/3 of the venues have either closed 
>aren't booking improvised/experimental music anymore. Probably about 40% 
>of the 
>artists on the artists page aren't active anymore, or have moved out of 
>I'm totally guilty on my LD artists page. It still says I'm 25, and has 
>to my mp3.com page. Ah, to be 25 again! I wouldn't even know how to log 
>again to update it, and frankly, I expect that people looking for my 
>information will find it on my own website.
>But, and update to loopers-delight.com isn't in the works. That's why 
>some of 
>the members of this list built livelooping.com instead.
>Matt Davignon
>Podcast! http://ribosomematt.podomatic.com
>On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 10:53 AM, Jeff Duke <jeffloops@gmail.com> wrote:
>I resemble that remark! :)
>On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 1:36 PM, Matt Davignon <mattdavignon@gmail.com> 
>Having a big resource is good, but when I land on a site, and see mostly 
>content that's more than 3 years old, it starts feeling musty.
>Matt Davignon
>Podcast! http://ribosomematt.podomatic.com
>Mark Francombe
>twitter @markfrancombe