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Re: Looping has feelings

Ah, in regard to my last post, -to give credit where credit is due:

Bass Stanley Planet

Vocals: Jimmy George

Guitar and strangeness: Yours truly

Just wanted to mention my cohorts… :)

Cara :)
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On May 7, 2012, at 10:23 PM, Cara Quinn wrote:

Lol! Seriously? the neighbors left? Really?!!! ;)

I don't' think I've ever heard of a loop being left on for two weeks! That's awesome! Thanks for sharing that!…

I thought I'd post a little something that happened ages ago in 2003 in Denver. I'm improvising live with two others at a little coffee house on a Saturday night.

PX 4, Space Station and a single EdP…

YOu'll need to give this one just a couple of minutes to settle in.


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On May 7, 2012, at 12:30 PM, mark francombe wrote:

On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 6:45 PM, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:
I too like the game to never letting a loop play back sounding exactly
the same as last round.

Ha ha I'm the opposite. One of the reasons I LOVE LOVE LOVE looping, is exactly because I love the sound of a loop. I dont want to hide the fact that is a loop, or (as I remember from repeater discussions) NOT hear the loop point... I love the repetition of a loop, and especially if the loop is not perfect and you can HEAR it. In fact for my gigs, I usually am a little more like ichy-loop Boysen, and feel like I NEED to change the loop all the time, adding, taking away, changing lengths/pitching etc, but i reality and often at home, Im happy to let a loop go on and on and on and on and on and on...

I once left an EDP running for 2 weeks while I went on holiday.. when I cam back it WAS still there, a tad distorted mind you, but it was there.

The neighbours had moved out though!


Mark Francombe
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