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Re: Paint Me a Picture




 Hello,

About three weeks ago I went to the trouble to
draw most of my gear with Smart Draw. Iíve posted
the file in smardraw, .jpg, and .pcx file formats
as rack.zip here:

http://members.xoom.com/ranjones/

Download and adapt if you like.  You can cut up
the jpg w/ a photo editing program. Smart Draw
can be found at 

http://www.smartdraw.com/

I just guessed  how to do this, as I had never
seen it done before,  and donít have schematic
experience.  I was trying to get in on paper
since I was spending so much time reconfiguring
and/or trying to remember the last configuration.
 I havenít started connecting the pieces on paper
yet, but was going to put the pages on a cork
board in my home studio and maybe run pieces of
colored  knitting thread between them with tacks,
so I could look and change/or remember at a
glance without getting behind the rack.  Donít
bother asking me configuration questions, because
Iím really green at this.  By this time next week
I will have forgotten how I did any of this.

Randy Jones


--- Tom Lambrecht <hideo@concentric.net> wrote:
> ditto==love to see this on the site for those
> of us who CANNOT effortlessly
> cobble our toys together
> 
> drone on~~~~~~~~
> Tom Lambrecht
> hideo@concentric.net
> 
> 
> -----Original Message----
> From: David Myers <dmgraph@pulsewidth.com>
> To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
> Date: Wednesday, September 08, 1999 8:37 PM
> Subject: Paint Me a Picture
> 
> 
> >Dpcoffin's Illustrator gear block diagram is
> an example of one of the
> >things I love about this endeavor.  I use
> Illustrator myself, but I suppose
> >it's overkill for those who aren't graphics
> professionals.
> >
> >I think a terrific addition to the Looper's
> Delight site would be a
> >collection of just such diagrams; looping
> flowcharts are at least as
> >pertinent to loop technique as any details
> about loop devices themselves,
> >IMO.  What do you think, Kim?  SNIP
> 
> 

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