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Re: DJRND2 Tape and soon to be DJRND3
i would love to hear a tape of that as well.
> Hi guys, Emmanuel sent me a tape of the DJRND2 and different mixes. It
>does seem to be for DJing but I am interested to see if I can apply it to
studio looping creations and live performences.. I like alot of what is
the tape and it definately loops. It picks up different sound patches
them picks up more fades them out and brings them back. He is working on
new DJRND3 with upgraded abilities. I still want a hands on experience
may have DJRND2 soon to try out with the Santa Cruz,Ca and Bay area
I'll keep ya posted. Om and Out Papa Dave
>From: "Larry Tremblay"
>Subject: Re: Much respect to guitarists...
>Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 10:12:40 -0500
>Listmember Emmanuel created the DJRND2 loop machine
>specifically with DJ's in mind. Check out the Tools
>of the Trade section of Looper's Delight, or contact
>Emmanuel yourself at email@example.com
>Nice guy with a great idea.
>- Larry T
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Mats Eriksson (ECS)"
>Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2000 8:27 AM
>Subject: RE: Much respect to guitarists...
> > Well, Hi DJ!
> > I have waited (too!) long for a looping device that sends MIDI clocks
>whatever sample you've made
> > at your turntable/CD/sampler. I do think it exists, however, really
>expensive and hard to get. I ve worked with a DJ that used such equipment.
>We had to sync his scratching to MIDI sequencer, and a played gtr and
>keyboards to it. It did turn out well, after a lot of hassle. I have
>forgotten just about everything what the brand/make was and whatever. It
>back in the mid 90's.
> > The Lexicon Jam Man looping device was actually intended for DJ's! The
>Echoplex that succeded it (however, a different company, Oberheim)was (is)
>far more intricate and technically sounding better. However, not that
>intuitive to use.Those two effect boxes among other similar things are the
>reason for this list/site/newsgroup.
> > And actually, DJ's are the ones who started "looping" on a large scale
>anyway, so your input is very welcome in this field. And there should be
>of Looping equipment out there for DJ's, however I do not know how or
>to get it.
> > /Mats
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Mad K.O.S. Determination [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2000 11:32 AM
> > To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> > Subject: Much respect to guitarists...
> > ...but I am a dj wondering about MIDI compatible looping equipment that
> > run off of turntables for in situ mixing. Anyone out there a dj?
> > I am relatively new to this hardware... What's this raving about the
> > Echoplex? Would it be usuable with live scratching? Would this be the
> > model? Anyone with recommendations?
> > sincerely,
> > MIDI novice.
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