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RE: live at Blue Shell, Cologne

I listened to the whole thing also and to echo/paraphrase Rick W.-too much 
reverberation is never a good thing.in the old days i would hear Dave Torn 
or Bill Frisell throw a long ass studio reverb tail on a guitar portion of 
a tune-tastefully done-but this 'cistern' setting on these new fangled 
plug-ins drive me bonkers. this is a nicely done piece but unfortunately i 
hear that unrealistic reverb as a separate signal devoid of the song/work. 
sorry-thats just me and i do love reverb in general-being an old 
surfguitar guy.this i wish was a longer 

-----Original Message-----

From: Anders Bergdahl 

Sent: Mar 27, 2012 11:44 AM

To: Loopers Delight 

Subject: RE: live at Blue Shell, Cologne

JUst great THANKS!

From: mp@mpeters.de
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: live at Blue Shell, Cologne
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 08:04:11 +0200

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWhtYxKGn2E a 27 minute guitar livelooping 
improvisation using Johannes Noisebud's "Catchdad", several instances of 
Matthias Grob's "Echoloop", and various other plugins, all running in 
Plogue Bidule. Thanks to Markus Apitius for inviting me to his Lied United 
concert series Michael Peters