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Hey Papa Dave,

Could you briefly describe your generator and battiers setup? What model 
generator that's quiet, and with baffles, etc.?

Thanks so much.

Best,

K. G. Dick

"Be Excellent To Each Other." -Bill & Ted.

PS: Oh, as a public service to everyone, in case anyone missed this stuff, 
and reiteration is one of the most enjoyed aspects of this mailing list, 
here is the unedited, original-message-included stuff from the last 
digest-more than a THIRD of the content:


  | -----Original Message-----
  | From: Steve Lawson [mailto:steve@steve-lawson.co.uk]
  | Sent: Tuesday 22 August 2000 3:22 AM
  | To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
  | Subject: Re: some torn concerts
  |
  |
  | David,
  |
  | I'm a solo bassist, gigging with a JamMan and a Lexicon MPX-G2,
  | mixing more
  | melodic composed ideas with ambient stuff and free improv. I've
  | got a solo
  | album coming out next week, that is getting really good
  | responses so far -
  | Michael Manring and Danny Thompson have both said very nice
  | things about it.
  | I'd love to send you a copy, if that would be OK.
  |
  | I also write for Guitarist magazine, and would love to
  | interview you next
  | time you're in the UK.
  |
  | cheers
  |
  | Steve
  | web-site - www.steve-lawson.co.uk
  | e-mail - steve@steve-lawson.co.uk
  | mailing list - steve-lawson-subscribe@listbot.com
  | SBN - solobassnetwork-subscribe@listbot.com
  |
  | "I know there's a balance, I see it when I swing past" - John 
Mellencamp
  |
  |

>pv,
>s'possible!
>the first PLANE concert was recorded to multi-track;
>i haven't hadda chance to listen to it, yet.....
>best,
>dt
>
><< Any chance of either of these gigs making it to CD?
>
>Paolo
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <Texture444@aol.com>
>To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2000 9:32 AM
>Subject: OT: some torn concerts
>
>
>>ah, yeah; a coupla live appearances for ya:
>>
>>tim berne's (L)oops @ tonic, wed 8/16 8/10pm, 107 norfolk st, nyc
>>tim berne/saxophones
>>tony malaby/tenor sax
>>craig taborn/keyed things, tom rainey/drungs
>>david torn/whatever
>>
>>plane @ knitting factory LA, 10/10 & 10/11
>>meshell ndegeocello/bass, samples, etc
>>will calhoun/drungs & electro-thingies
>>david torn/the usual assortment
>>
>>best,
>>dt
>>
>>
>
> >>
>
>

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Steve Burnett [SMTP:sburnett@webslingerz.com]
        Sent:   22 August 2000 08:16
        To:     Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
        Subject:        Re: (almost) free Acid (almost)

        On Tue, 22 Aug 2000 SketchyJoe@aol.com wrote:

        > Very cool!
        >
        > This gets me thinking as to a possible way of releasing material
        > (particularly for those of folks who enjoy manipulating loops
(nobody here I
        > suppose)).  Why not include some sort of program with a CD.  
After
all, it
        > seems as though MP3 will change our medium of choice.  This way
the user
        > (listener, consumer, sentient being...) can both enjoy an 
artist's
creation
        > and easily remix the piece into a new piece.  I know other 
artists
have
        > touched on this before, but I figure that since "enhanced" CD's
are becoming
        > more common, why not add something special to the method of data
storage.
        > After all, DVD's are supposed to be great because they add a 
whole
new level
        > of "interactivity" to one's viewing pleasure.
        >
        > Just some insane ramblings...

        Not that insane. I cannot be the only person on this list who's 
seen
the
        King Crimson concert DVD "deja vroom" with the wonderful feature
"21st
        century schizoid band". For those of you who don't know what I'm
talking
        about, the specific feature provides 12 time-synched tracks of 
their
work
        "21st Century Schizoid Man" song in the following grid:

        rhythm, vocal, solo
        1969    1969   1969
        1971    1971   1971
        1974    1974   1974
        1996    1996   1996

        so you can choose any of the four versions of each of the three
tracks. So
        you choose which rhythm track, then which vocal, then which solo.
Press
        play and you get the remix of your choice. Go through the choices
again
        and hear a new version.

        I may be missing your point entirely, but even if I did, the above
is a
        cool way to release a song.

        regards,
        Steve Burnett
        --
        ----------------------------------------------------------------
        Steve Burnett    Admin, webslingerZ     sburnett@webslingerz.com
                     http://www.webslingerz.com/sburnett



    From: "David Potter" <papadave55@hotmail.com>
Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
To: loopers-delight@annihilist.com
Subject: Looping @Burning Man
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 17:10:28 GMT

Off topic for the judgemental and opinionated.....


I will have a looping rig at Burning Man consisting of a jamman, vortex,
DL4, electribe, kaoss pad,  headrush  and a small P.A. mics and a generator
(a very quiet one) with baffles....looping for spontanious jams and
telepathic connections to create in the moment.  I use a guitar and vocals.
Not taking my bigger rig or EDP to avoid dust intrusion.  I also have a set
up to loop powered by batteries to be more mobile.  I will be in "the Black
Light District".  Look for me. I will arrive on Sat. a couple of days early
on the 26th.
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Bret wrote:

>--- "Mikell D.Nelson" <mnelson@dmans.com> wrote:
> > *   The half speed concept has been replaced by slow speed, and you
> >have
> >your choice of five. All are musically related to "normal" speed. The
> >choices are: down a 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th or octave. Playback tempo
> >isslowed
> >similarly to the current software.
>
>Will you still have to stop the loop playing in order to change the
>playback speed?
>
>bret
>
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>===== Original Message From Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com =====
>Off topic for the judgemental and opinionated.....
>
>
>I will have a looping rig at Burning Man consisting of a jamman, vortex,
>DL4, electribe, kaoss pad,  headrush  and a small P.A. mics and a 
>generator
>(a very quiet one) with baffles....looping for spontanious jams and
>telepathic connections to create in the moment.  I use a guitar and 
>vocals.
>Not taking my bigger rig or EDP to avoid dust intrusion.  I also have a 
>set
>up to loop powered by batteries to be more mobile.  I will be in "the 
>Black
>Light District".  Look for me. I will arrive on Sat. a couple of days 
>early
>on the 26th.
>
>
>oops forgot to sign off........Om and Out   Papa Dave  see you there
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>>===== Original Message From Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com =====
>>Off topic for the judgemental and opinionated.....
>>
>>
>>I will have a looping rig at Burning Man consisting of a jamman, vortex,
>>DL4, electribe, kaoss pad,  headrush  and a small P.A. mics and a 
>>generator
>>(a very quiet one) with baffles....looping for spontanious jams and
>>telepathic connections to create in the moment.  I use a guitar and 
>>vocals.
>>Not taking my bigger rig or EDP to avoid dust intrusion.  I also have a 
>>set
>>up to loop powered by batteries to be more mobile.  I will be in "the 
>>Black
>>Light District".  Look for me. I will arrive on Sat. a couple of days 
>>early
>>on the 26th.
>>
>>
>>oops forgot to sign off........Om and Out   Papa Dave  see you there
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    From: Charles Tyrer <charlestyrer@totalise.co.uk>
Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Unsubscribe
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 00:09:29 +0100

Unsubscribe me NOW or I'll sue...

>===== Original Message From Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com ===== Off 
>topic for the judgemental and opinionated.....
>
>
>I will have a looping rig at Burning Man consisting of a jamman, vortex, 
>DL4, electribe, kaoss pad,  headrush  and a small P.A. mics and a
generator
>(a very quiet one) with baffles....looping for spontanious jams and 
>telepathic connections to create in the moment.  I use a guitar and
vocals.
>Not taking my bigger rig or EDP to avoid dust intrusion.  I also have a
set
>up to loop powered by batteries to be more mobile.  I will be in "the
Black
>Light District".  Look for me. I will arrive on Sat. a couple of days
early
>on the 26th.
>
>
>oops forgot to sign off........Om and Out   Papa Dave  see you there 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Mark Sottilaro <sine@zerocrossing.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 6:55 PM
Subject: Re: Unsubscribe


>on 8/23/00 5:09 PM, Charles Tyrer at charlestyrer@totalise.co.uk wrote:
>
> > Unsubscribe me NOW or I'll sue...
> >
> >> ===== Original Message From Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com =====
> >> Off topic for the judgemental and opinionated.....
> >>
> >>
> >> I will have a looping rig at Burning Man consisting of a jamman,
vortex,
> >> DL4, electribe, kaoss pad,  headrush  and a small P.A. mics and a
generator
> >> (a very quiet one) with baffles....looping for spontanious jams and
> >> telepathic connections to create in the moment.  I use a guitar and
vocals.
> >> Not taking my bigger rig or EDP to avoid dust intrusion.  I also have 
>a
set
> >> up to loop powered by batteries to be more mobile.  I will be in "the
Black
> >> Light District".  Look for me. I will arrive on Sat. a couple of days
early
> >> on the 26th.
> >>
> >>
> >> oops forgot to sign off........Om and Out   Papa Dave  see you there
> >>
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> > visit http://www.totalise.net
> >
>I'm suing now too!  for punitive damages!  Ow!  My head snapped back when
I
>read that post!
>
>(PS, Good luck at Burningman, I'd be looping there too, but I'd hate to
>loose any gear, and it seems like that's very likely.
>
>Marklar
>

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Nelson" <tcn62@ici.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 8:43 PM
Subject: Re: Unsubscribe lawsuits


>But seriously, Kim, would it be possible to set up something like a sig
>file where a hyperlink to the unsubscribe instructions could appear at the
>bottom of each post?
>
>Apart from entertainment value, people who don't want to be here don't
>really seem to contribute much, especially those who can't figure out how
>to leave.
>
>Tim
>
>np: kd lang's 'all you can eat', featuring some rather cool Ben Mink
>loops... they're buried pretty far back in the mix, but worth listening
for.
>
> >> on 8/23/00 5:09 PM, Charles Tyrer at charlestyrer@totalise.co.uk 
>wrote:
> >>
> >> > Unsubscribe me NOW or I'll sue...
>



Just want to make sure everybody really got all this stuff!!!

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