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Re: Clownishness

  OK, this is the last thing I'll say about this, since it's getting out of
hand as far as I'm concerned, and quite honestly, I'm extraordinarily busy
with modeling.  So, Mark, yer' probably not going to see this, since, as
you found it necessary to inform me privately last night, you're filtering
my addy.   good for you.   <smile>  
  but, do you ever stop?!   I mean, leave it already!  Not only did YOU,
start this, but I engaged you or tried rather, in an intelligent dialogue
about your looping, and you run away and filter me.   WEll, so be it.  But,
for the record, I don't know you, have never met you, we exchanged a couple
of msgs a few years back, when you were still in NY, and I have nothing
against you.  However, if you start mistreating me because you happen not
to approve of some tiny words in a note, which are perfectly clean and
nice, then I'll respond.  
  Now, having said all that, if you do see this, I thought maybe we might
actually get back on freakin' topic, and carry on a real conversation about
what it is you do, so please feel free.  -and please don't ever e-mail me
privately again, unless you have something nice to say.  K?   Thanks very



At 02:13 AM 7/12/03 -0700, you wrote:
>On Friday, July 11, 2003, at 09:28 PM, Relay wrote:
>> Mark Sottilaro will be very disappointed when he hears me loop "On the 
>> Road Again" with equipment better suited to space music.  Hey, 
>> whatever floats your boat . . .
>Exactly.  I never said that was bad, just not my bag.  It was after 
>Paul Sanders remarked that it wasn't possible that anything good 
>sounding could come of two out of synced loopers.  I was just trying to 
>illustrate that there are many different definitions of "good."
>> As regards Cara, I visited her in Colorado and I feel a real kinship 
>> with her--we didn't really have time to play, but she gave me a copy 
>> of her EP, and we shared tea and lunch.  She is both playful and 
>> earnest, as her postings reflect . . .
>I have absolutely nothing against Cara, except that it's really hard to 
>get through any of her posts for me.  Kind of like a freeway with 
>speedbumps.  For example:
>I'm trying to find a looper.  I feel good.  I want the looper to have 
>at least 10 sec of memory. I'm happy.  I'd also like it to have 
>variable feedback while in looping mode.  I'm feeing really good.  But 
>I can't seem to find it.  I'm content and relaxed.  Does anyone know of 
>a product that does this.  I'm happy.
>> I would like to direct some energy toward the Santa Cruz festival 
>> loosely planned for the fall,
>I'm up for that.  I think this year I'll take the proper time to spend 
>down there instead of rushing right back because it's only a few hours 
>away.  Last year I missed a lot.
>Mark Sottilaro


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