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RE: Performing solo loop improvisations

As for myself, I have a repertory of "ideas," which include fingering
tricks, harmonic constructs, and plain old tunes.  These serve as a "bed"
where the lively improvisational action takes place, pardon the imagery.
Improvisation has no rules, I think.  With enough "ideas" and lively sound
sources, I have enough for a good while of playing for people, and it makes
for a lot of variety.

  | -----Original Message-----
  | From: Scott A. Martin [mailto:scott@morriganrecords.com]
  | Sent: Thursday 13 April 2000 11:10 PM
  | To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
  | Subject: Performing solo loop improvisations
  | For those of you who perform solo improv gigs, just you and a
  | mountain (or
  | molehill) of electronics: how do you go about creating a composition in
  | real time?  It's great to sit in the basement and endlessly tweak those

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