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Re: About Us - WAS: Post Loopstock Debriefing

Welcome Valerie!

In case I've not said it, I really miss being in the US!  :)   I'll hold
back until the attendees are finished, though one thing that might be 
nice for Loopstock 2003 would be [a] an internet broadcast, and [b] some
capability to play live from elsewhere (if only for the between sets

Stephen P. Goodman
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> >>in an effort to all learn who we are (especially
> >>new-comers to the list like myself)...
> Howdy, I'm one of the surly women of SLEEPING (okay, not really surly,
> like stage-frightened). Mark (Sottilaro) (my husband) has been muttering
> me for a couple years about the various comings and goings on the Loopers
> list, and after going to Loopstock, I thought it was about time I joined
> in. I may not have too much to say since I'm not such a gear-geek, but I
> love some crazy music and enjoy making my opinions known.
> My name is Valerie and until last year I was a graphic designer. I'm 
> enough to be able to get by with a little contract work, but the majority
> of my time right now is spent on the arts: Neon (as seen in the
> Againinator), silversmithing (http://www.valerium.net/), music (one of
> these days we'll get a proper CD out) and belly dancing.
> I don't miss the corporate world!
> I loved Loopstock. Mark and I met through our love of
> ambient(/experimental/electronic/looped) music, and there were literally
> some of the best live examples I've heard there. Some very gutsy, moving,
> gorgeous and inspired moments. Many in fact. I think I was afraid I'd get
> bored eventually, but I didn't. It was a pleasure to play among you, and 
> thank you as a group for the warm welcome and kind words.
> Hans, It may have been hard to swallow, but thanks for biting off more
> you could chew, intentionally or not. I too was astonished at how 
> set-ups and breakdowns went, and I owe you one... This is the first time
> I've ever gotten to play with *monitors*! Hurrah!
> nice to meet Y'all.
> -
> Valerie