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Re: Loop This!
That's a great idea! Hopefully you just got an email from me yesterday and
would be interested in the "source/product" idea.
I'd love to send some contributions, but I have to make the time. When
have them in by?
Patrick Smith wrote:
> FNGP is happy to announce the next project on board for FingerPaint. We
> looking for sonic contributions from list members to be used at our
> discretion for our CD release "Loop This!" The loops can be ambient
> material, bass lines, drum loops, rhythm tracks, vocal lines, samples,
> melodies, anything....it is up to the contributor. (All loops should
> contain only material created by the contributor, with sample clearance
> our use.)
> Why are we doing this? It is a common notion that randomness is an
> indispensable ingredient of creative acts. In FingerPaint we begin our
> pieces by improvising loop(s). We use multiple JAM MEN, ECHPLEXI, &
> DIGITECH TIME MACHINES as well as multiple effects boxes and synths to
> create our loops. Then we play with this material and see what develops.
> Since distance and budgetary constraints prevent us from inviting other
> loopers directly into our studio, we are exploring this avenue as a way
> begin working with other musicians. "Loop This!" will be released under
> name of the FingerPaint Collective.
> IF we use your material, you will be fully credited on the CD, our web
> and anywhere else we can infiltrate. Our two previous CD releases have
> generated several reviews and air play round the world. Also any one
> material makes it on the CD will receive 5 CD's to keep for the
> grandchildren.... When this project becomes financially solvent royalties
> will be paid out in accordance with the number of participants.
> Eventually we my be doing this with MP3 files posted directly to our
> A remix of this project is also possible. Let's explore.
> Send your material on DAT or CD to:
> PO BOX 5364
> Takoma Park, MD
> Fingerpaint's New Release:
> IN THE LOOP
> ... an intelligent, stimulating mixture of mimimaist spacebeats and
> obscure samples layered upon a hypnotic illbient backdrop.
> DIGITAL ARTIFACT # 12