"Rick Walker (loop.pool)" wrote: > Hi guys, > > I am just now decompressing from the Bass Looping Tour which was so > successful that I just can't get over it!! I didn't have time to > even dig into my new Electrix processors that I picked up dirt cheap so I > can't wait to start learning them and incorporating them into > my rig. > > One of the things that muliple instrument live looping affords us is the > ability to remix in real time. I have not seen a lot of people doing >this > very much (Miko is a notable exception) and am interested in others who >are > fascinated by this distinct possibility. > > Are you out there? what the heck are you doing. I'd love to correspond. > > Yours, Rick Walker (loop.pool) > > P.S. Max and I contributed a daily diary to the TALKBASS.com site if >anyone > is interested in checking it out. We would get back at 4 or 5 a.m. >after a > hell of a lot of driving and playing and post, semi-deliriously before > hitting the hay. I hope it reads well rick, i've been listening to the KPIG archive webcast, and i must say i'm totally blown away by you guys! makes me very sorry to have missed the shows...i do have a technical question for you rick: what gear did you have with you for that interview? in particular, there were some really lovely tapped and/or thrummed and reverberated tones in your piece (layed over the groovy syncopated gamelan-like bed), starting around 9:50 or so...did your signal go through anything particularly exotic, or was that just your superlative alligator-clip & martini stick technique? oh, and what did you mix through? rock on, maestros! best, lance g.