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Re: A midwest loopfest?

wow. thanks again Daniel ! I used to do professional sound and... yeah, feedback does not go over well with the audience. Cheers !

2013/11/5 Daniel Thomas <danielthomas4@mac.com>
On a related note, this is the ONLY TIME I have ever enjoyed listening to feedback coming from a console!   Typically, guys who make feedback at the console get fired.   Really inventive art, Chris!


On Nov 5, 2013, at 12:32 PM, Daniel Thomas <danielthomas4@mac.com> wrote:

Tres cool, Chris!  Very inventive compositional process. 

On Nov 5, 2013, at 11:31 AM, Christian Carrière <carriere.christian@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks Richard !

2013/11/5 Richard Sales <richard@glasswing.com>
Very cool Chris!

On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 10:51 AM, Christian Carrière <carriere.christian@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi !

I'm new to this group. Fascinating ideas and people so far ! I work with console feedback, which is not nearly as harsh as it sounds. Looks/sounds like this .

This year I got into looping, still with the mixer feedback. It opened up a whole new world for me. My most recent work is a soundtrack I made for an installation in a museum. Here it is. I used the EHX 2880 multi-track looper, making full use of the Reverse, Octave and Pitch real-time capabilities...

Anyway, I'm in Montreal, Canada. I don't know if there are any looping festivals here but I certainly want to hear about the looping festivals around the world and hopefully travel to one of them whenever possible.


2013/10/31 Rejyna MDW <rejyna@msn.com>
Hello all,
First, I must thank Rick, Noah and the whole lot of you for the best time of my life on the Looptober Tour!  WOW!!!
A looping Facebook friend, Bryan Russell, suggested doing some multi-artist looping based show(s) in and around Dayton. There plans to do a loopfest in SoCal next year, as well as satellite fests all over the globe. How about a Mid-West loopfest? Dayton or Columbus? Cincy or Indianapolis? Cleveland or ...
How many artists would want to do a 30-40 min. live looping set in the MidWest sometime next year?  I know Jim Volk and Michael Kelsey swing a mean looper, and I'd be willing to head home for some shows - - -
Also would be nice if the schedule was somewhat coordinated with the other satellite fests - 
Chime in here or at the FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/midwestloopfest/
Peace all,



richard sales