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

I have shared here links to Joey Baron's manual repetitions (drumming),
and I'm proud of it.

Thought this community is about interesting music,
not defining which is which or what is what.

Peace and love and all that shit,

greetings from the Midnight sun / Finland


2012/6/21, michael noble <looplog@gmail.com>:
> Hi Andy,
> Sure, I wasn't making any claims for what LD as a whole should or 
> shouldn't
> be focused on, especially the list, which I think should be as free and
> open in its discussions as it has ever been.
> Simply wanted to say that I felt Tyler's definition extremely broad, and 
> in
> response to his question, I wouldn't tune in to a radio station with a 
> such
> a broad definition unless it had more delimited categories such that I
> could know what to expect (to a degree).
> cheers
> Michael
> On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 6:16 AM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk>
> wrote:
>> michael noble wrote:
>>> Hi Tyler,
>>> If you search the archives this has been rehashed many times,
>> hi Michael,
>> check out the first page of the Loopers Delight site
>> "Looper's Delight is a cultural and informational resource for musicians
>> creating with audio loops of every sort. Loop based music essentially
>> involves the repetition of audio samples, or loops."
>> andy