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Re: improv voice loops

Yes, working with some new things..latest CD consists of stuff I recorded
for use with a yoga class..very minimal voice composition..I like the more
dense stuff better, but yoga needs that streamlined tone interplay.

----- Original Message -----
From: "p koniuto" <taghairm@mindspring.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 11:52 AM
Subject: Re: improv voice loops

> Hey Jehn:
> > ... I perform solo using
> >only voice along with 2 Digitech Echo Plus pedals and a Jam
> Man. I overlay
> >tones and then sing lyrically over the results..my range is
> about 4 octaves
> >so I'll let these high notes ring, and then bring my voice down
> to it's
> >lowest point for a bassline (for me..it's tenor).
> >I love organic sounds above all else..when creating music I
> prefer using
> >found sounds in combination with voice. Most of my recordings
> are voice-only
> >and the closest comparison I would be able to make to the sound
> of it is
> >like that of a group of theremins. I've had more people say
> "angels", but
> >I'll stick with the sound I know! I love trance music with minimal
> >percussion, and overtones. Looping appliances and matching pitch
> with them
> >is also very satisfying as well.
> Wow...any available recordings of this?
> -peter