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Re: Classical music loops

To my experience, most generic "loop" CD's are dance-music oriented. My 
suggestion would be to buy some regular classical CD's, plug your guitar 
cord into the headphone output of your CD player (stereo adaptor 
and sending the output to whatever looper you use for your instrument.

Who knows, maybe someone on this list loops classical music?
Tim Nelson (from this list) did some for the CT-Found Sound project about 
year ago. The mp3 is called "Beethoven's Fifth Remix" and is available at 
this url, which is the "loopxchange" CT Collection site created/maintained 
by list member Morgan Hamilton Lang:


Matt Davignon

>From: "Alex Hatz" <alex_hatz@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Classical music loops
>Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2000 17:02:59 EDT
>Does anyone know where I can find loops of Classical music, or something
>similar. I'm trying to score a short film of mine, and I like to use loops
>(because I can do it myself) but I don't want it to sound like techno or
>dance music.
>Some packages have Country music loops which are close to what I want, but
>are too Country sounding.
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