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A tape for Euroloopers? (or indeed the world)
I think my real emphasis is on a tape (cassette) compilation as
opposed to a CD - the regional thing is secondary.
This is partly to cut-down on fuss and finance. Rates of exchange,
bank charges on cheques, etc get a bit complex for cross border
transactions. Plus there must/may be those who'd like to exchange
music, but can't stump-up $200 (or whatever). Instead, contributors
send 10 mins (for eg) of their material, plus a blank C90 to a
compiler (could be me) and a few bob for P&P.
I'd be interested in this low-budget approach if anyone else is - or
perhaps we would just continue to trade tapes individually, so its
I'll get me coat...
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Subject: RE: a tape for Euroloopers?
Author: Michael Peters <MPeters@compuserve.com> at Internet
Date: 04/12/97 15:45
David Orton sez,
>May be easier to compile for European loopers?
There are certainly enough European loopers among us, but compiling a
European CD wouldn't be *easier* than doing an American/European
compilation. (Any people from other continents? I think we have one looper
from Japan ...)
I think this idea is ok, but maybe we should try to *start* with a
compilation that contains a maximum of diversity, as Kim suggests. Then if
more projects follow, one theme could be loops from different regions ...
although I doubt that it would make any sense musically.
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