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Re: Swedish sound clips

i really liked those. the phone rang early into the third one perfectly in 
time to be in tune
with one of the loops! i honestly don't like guitars much but i love them 
in this context. i
also really like the short percussive loops underneath. bravo!

this is making me want to make some clips of the shows i've done lately. 
loop-based noise
with some circuit-bent sounds and found tapes. i'm recording them from 
minidisc to hard drive
anyway, would anyone like to trade "bootlegs" of their own live shows?


----- Original Message -----
From: Per Boysen <per@boysen.se>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 1:07 PM
Subject: Swedish sound clips

> http://www.boysen.se/audio/No_Talking_Drum_I.mp3 1 MB
> http://www.boysen.se/audio/No_Talking_Drum_II.mp3 3,2 MB
> http://www.boysen.se/audio/No_Talking_Drum_III.mp3 1,3 MB
> Hi All,
> For those who might be interested in checking out the music of other 
> I'm posting three short excerpts from a gig I did this Sunday. I brought 
> little Casio DAT and recorded the 38 minutes improvisation.
> Sound source: Fender Strat/POD/EDP/Repeater/LXP-5.
> I was joined on stage by my Nigerian friend Jeff on talking drum but
> unfortunately very little of his drumming got recorded (technical 
> I tried to recreate his input by adding another drum track afterwards, 
> Logic Audio. No editing were done to the guitar looping rig, I left it
> exactly the way it sounded at the venue.
> Best wishes
> Per Boysen