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Re: any interest in a Looper's Delight online radio station?

That's because the name "Looper's Delight" says it all; it's not "Live 
Looper's Delight." And, 
as I said in another post, anyone who listened to Britney Spears's "I 
Wanna Go," Jason 
Derulo's "Whatcha Say," or Cher's "Believe" would know that there are 
loops in the vocals (if not 
even the instruments). And tape loops are mentioned in articles here all 
the time; that's not live! So 
that's a good thing! The number of live loopers on here is also a good 
thing; I just wish Cher's producer 
(who made those loops on "Believe") would slide on down here. I'd love to 
see "From: Imogen 
Heap" on here, lol.
Tyler Z
On Tue, 19 Jun 2012 08:23:19 +0100, andy butler wrote:

>Michael Peters wrote:
>>I think most of Looper's Delight's loopers are liveloopers, and that is 
>>a different animal altogether - 
>Hi Michael,
>Looper's Delight was specifically set up for *all* kinds of looping.
>Kim (founder)was always hoping for exchange of ideas across the broad 
>of what constitutes "music with loops".
>He was convinced that the "live looping only" attitude often displayed 
>on the mailing list was counter to this vision.
>(hmm, maybe that explains something...)
>He probably would not have approved of this:-
>which is more of less our new "all livelooping radio".
>Sometimes it's hard to see the bigger picture, but I support
>Taylor's idea and would be happy if it could find a home
>on the Looper's Delight website. 
>He seems to be more in touch with the spirit of the site
>than us guys.