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Re: Amazing thing happened at Y2K12

aww Tim -nice that you could stand it! I hardly hear any niceties about 
the music I do. it is a labor of love-and when people come along like you, 
my heart soars like an eagle. so, I will keep on keeping on-just for folks 
like you that "getitt"(or-don't get it and just try to be nice) which is 
not a bad thing.
it was nice meeting you too.
Rockkonn yall

-----Original Message-----
>From: Tim Mungenast <tmungenast@verizon.net>
>Sent: Oct 28, 2012 6:56 PM
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com, stanitarium@earthlink.net
>Subject: Re: Amazing thing happened at Y2K12
>That is a great story, and Stan, it was a joy to meet you, and to hear 
>(and FEEL) the all-over sonic massage that was your performance. It was 
>one of the high points of Y2K12, an event which I will count as one of my 
>life's peak experiences thus far. (Thanks again to Rick and to everybody 
>Tim Mungenast
>Editor/Writer/Proofreader: www.linkedin.com/in/timmungenast
>Guitarist/Composer/Vocalist: www.reverbnation.com/timmungenast
>--- On Sat, 10/27/12, stanitarium@earthlink.net 
><stanitarium@earthlink.net> wrote:
>> From: stanitarium@earthlink.net <stanitarium@earthlink.net>
>> Subject: Re: Amazing thing happened at Y2K12
>> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Date: Saturday, October 27, 2012, 5:19 PM
>> I am way humble
>> thank you Rick for that story...you just never know.
>> http://stanosaur.com/
>> -----Original Message-----
>> >From: Rick Walker <looppool@cruzio.com>
>> >Sent: Oct 27, 2012 1:25 PM
>> >To: "LOOPERS DELIGHT (posting)" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>> >Subject: Amazing thing happened at Y2K12
>> >
>> >One of our volunteers,  Todd Kramer,  brought
>> his
>> >son,  Neville to the the Y2K12 loop festival.
>> >
>> >While Todd graciously did the door,  Neville had
>> his eyes glued to the 
>> >stage.
>> >He saw many performances (as well as with his dad when
>> he wasn't working).
>> >
>> >Maha told me that he went to his school right afterwards
>> and beatboxed
>> >for the kids and then taught them how to do
>> it.   He also taught them 
>> >about live looping,
>> >which they didn't know about.
>> >
>> >He also said that one of his favorite artists was Stan
>> Card (aka 
>> >Stanosaur) who only
>> >used high volume feedback to create his looping
>> performance.
>> >
>> >Afterwards,  Neville went home and put microphones
>> into different drums, 
>> >turned up
>> >the volume to create feedback and then manipulated the
>> feedback as he 
>> >looped the
>> >results live.  All on his own.
>> >
>> >Neville is 9 years old!
>> >
>> >All the hard work we did for the festival this year was
>> worth it if only 
>> >for this story of
>> >creativity, growth and excitement.   This
>> story is so inspiring to me.   
>> >I'm going to
>> >go out and put mics in my drum and create some feedback
>> today.
>> >
>> >Rick Walker
>> >