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Re: Why NOT Looping has been good for me.

This is exactly why I mention the sus functions on the EDP. For me they're 
truly a totally relaxed way of looping with others.

If you find the tempo drifting, either re-trigger the loop manually, 
adjust its length (sus unrounded multiply) or simply do a sus record and 
create a completely fresh loop right on the fly so you keep the music 

You've preserved the tempo and haven't missed a beat. :)

There are a lot of options without needing to sit and think about it while 
the moment passes. ;) -Know what I mean?…
Not trying to harp on the EDP but just noting that there are many ways to 
do the live looping thing with other people. ;)


Cara :)
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On May 7, 2012, at 8:01 AM, Buzap Buzap wrote:

> there is much less "stress" to keep the sound going
In some cirumstances, it can be a relief to have a common beat going by 
itself, indeed.
Then again, when playing with several people, I do enjoy the "organic" 
flow of the tempo without a fixed beat. We usually seem to be able to 
respond to each other in a more spontaneous way.
Perhaps, I should look at the idea of  "looping together" with a more 
open-minded approach (just thinking of i.e. collective multi-tap 
clusters... could be interesting! )

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