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Re: About Us - WAS: Post Loopstock Debriefing
If we're going to do that, how 'bout a building an "Internet looper"?
1) We do an internet broadcast. However, at a receiver end (say in
we echo the signal back. Result? A delay line. Of course we should not
expect consistent delay time, etc. More fun that way is my attitude. We
can also close the loop and obtain infinite repeats (like a real loop vs.
2) Variation 1. Say that the receiver end in London sends the stream to a
Looper in Japan. Then Japan echoes back to Loopstock. Result? world-wide
3) Variation 2. Include more than two hop-points. Each hop-point can add
audio to the loop. We get collaborative world-wide looping!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hans Lindauer" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 10:39 AM
Subject: Re: About Us - WAS: Post Loopstock Debriefing
> LOL! OK, maybe next year....
> "Stephen P. Goodman" wrote:
> > In case I've not said it, I really miss being in the US! :) I'll
> > back until the attendees are finished, though one thing that might be
> > nice for Loopstock 2003 would be [a] an internet broadcast, and [b]
> > capability to play live from elsewhere (if only for the between sets
> > material).