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Re: unknown "looping" device

when it came out, the few people who checked into it didn't seem to think 
much of it as a looper so I didn't make much priority to put a page up. 
(seems to be a nice delay though.)  If you think otherwise, how about 
a good review of it's looping abilities and I'll make a section for it.


At 12:52 PM 8/25/2001, Jon Meinild wrote:
>I can only agree. The trumpetplayer in our ambient-project is using the 
>D-Two, and it definitely qualifies as a live-looper.
>Kim, why isn't it in the "Tools of the trade"-list?
>Jon Meinild
>>I recently bought a TC Electronic D-Two delay box.  Having used it for 3 
>>now, I have to say it is awesome.  I think it qualifies as a looping 
>>as it has 10 sec mono delay and excellent musical features, including a
>>dynamic feature that works live a sidechain feature or ducker and 
>>tapping", which is a tap tempo feature with which you can create 10 "tap"
>>patterns and then quantize.
>>on both percussion and rhythm tracks, it is so easy and so much fun.
>>a friend just bought a nanolooper cartridge for his b/w gameboy and with
>>that, the D-two and an MPX1 we improvised some incredible beats.
>>Anthony Justman
>>San Francisco California
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Kim Flint                     | Looper's Delight
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