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Re: My piano looping video/ and some thoughts

i remeber also having to go outside during certain
loopers set when we played at the loop jam in
Luzern.Claude,Matthias,Rick among others were
there,which i jammed with but there were other unknown
loopers that performed before which were extremely
loud and i wanted to keep my ears as fresh as
possible.This was of course completely different
because we didnt have any time restrictions and
anybody could get up join in and jam at
anytime.Nevertheless it was wonderful getting to know
this loopers for ther first time,their styles and
exchange information CDs etc.and i would say this is
one of the best benefits from this festivals!

--- eterogeneo <info@eterogeneo.com> wrote:

> Thanks for the appreciations, Micheal...and all the
> other people who kindly 
> have given their impressions.
> I understand what you said and i'm agree with you.
> I would like to say a lot about your thoughts, but
> my english in not so 
> good enough.
> I can say that i remember that in Zurich i used to
> exit out of the venue a 
> lot of times...because i needed to "wash" my ears
> before listen to the 
> sounds of the nextcoming artist.
> ...And i'm just 36 years old (tomorrow will be 37
> !).
> I remember that i was happy to play in Zurich, but
> at the same time i was 
> confused by the speedy performances, even if all
> worked very well and 
> Bernhard made a great work.
> In simple words, i can think to the difference
> between a festival where 
> looping performances are showed to a public audience
> and a festival where 
> looping musicians meet themself....
> In the first case, i think is more appropriated to
> have long performances; 
> while in the second case i would prefer to have time
> between the 
> performances to...wash ears, to talk with artists
> and (mostly) to listen to 
> some words from the performer about his way to make
> music.
> In other words, the 'goal' ofthe festival must be
> clear from the beginning 
> and the best solution is consequent.
> But i also know how difficult is organizing such
> events...
> Just my (poor) opinion.
> Ciao
> Fabio
> www.eterogeneo.com


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