ProjecKt 2 w/Fripp, Belew and Gunn was pretty awesome friday night! Pretty slammin' grooves with a *LOT* of bottom end. Fripp's setup with 4 TC 2290's as well as at least one Eventide Harmonizer really throws the gauntlet for versatility and functionality. The Switchblade audio patcher will repatch you in any order; do smooth x-fades, etc. They're a couple grand, but nothing else even comes for versatility. I didn't get a great view of his pile on the floor, but he is using the Rocktron All Access controller. I didn't see the Ground Control. I also didn't manage to see what his preamps were. Can anyone else help here? It's obvious that either Fripp or some slaving techie type has programmed the hell out of all of his boxes! He gave his pitch transposers a very heavy workout. And what a mess on the floor. Belew and Gunn came on and Wham... they were grooving over the mutating loops. Belew was the *drummer* for this project. I didn't manage to get over to Gunn's gear, but he sounded great as well. I'd like to know if they had their clocks synched... Gunn would quickly throw down a bottom loop and begin grooving over it as well as soloing in the higher registers at times. Fripp was there early, looping away while all the gear freaks crawled around the front of the stage like army ants. Nice spacey, complex, intricate webs of sound. Synth as well. This went on for around a half hour, with the crowd looking like a gang of implantees from the X-files, all out in a field waiting for the mother ship. They played an encore... Vroom, with Fripp using a xylophone patch from his git-synth. Pretty silly. The song still sounded good though. This tour is a good one to catch if you really need a dose of pure Fripp guitar rippage. Mostly big fat loopage over pounding grooves with lots of high voltage soloing by Gunn and Fripp. This show came at a good time for me, after all that *other* Fripp discussion! Cheers, -Miko PS: My wife Katie and I were able to hook up with fellow LD contributor Laurie Hatch and her SO Rem! We had a great time at a great show. Loop collaborations in the near future are imminent...