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Re: pedal pushers

Boy howdy!  I don't know why, but there's nothing I
hate more than closing a loop.  Something about having
to focus on that event drives me crazy.  I loved the
JamMan's ability to just choose the amount of beats
you wanted for a loop and let it go....  I'm hoping
Mobius will make that possible for me again.

--- gareth whittock
<gareth@whiteoakstudios.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:

> Hey Bill, marriage has made u dyslexic.
>  Ditto here, I ended up not using the RPTRs mute
> function because of these
>  very reasons, it seemed too much of a mind F#@*k.
>  Bill
>  This brings up an interesting point though. Getting
> the balance between 
>  button pushing and getting your phrasing/ emotional
> input right. For me they 
>  are mutually exclusive. I'm sure they use different
> parts of the brain. I 
>  like nothing better than doing my musical thing
> sans pedal pushing. The 
>  performance takes a back seat when I start
> twiddling/pressing pedals. I know 
>  some would say that twiddling IS part of the
> performance and I agree when, 
>  say, you're mashing/modifying sound that has been
> captured but I'm talking 
>  about while you're ACTUALLY playing. The answer
> maybe to sequence button 
>  pushing - it's something I'm actively looking into
> right now.
>  G 

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