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Re: the FRONTMANULATOR and drum machines that improvise
I loop for humor.
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From: "Rick Walker/Loop.pooL" <GLOBAL@cruzio.com>
Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 3:08 AM
Subject: the FRONTMANULATOR and drum machines that improvise
> Neil Goldstein wrote:
> "Wasn't there the Oberheim Drummer that kinda did that?"
> There might have been Neil, but nothing compared to the FRONTMANULATOR
> I developed
> for EMU systems in the mid 1980's.
> They sampled my voice for this ground breaking piece of equipment that
> interact with even the most
> unruly of audiences:
> "What a beautiful audience we have hear in ____"
> ____San Francisco
> ____ Boston
> ____New York
> etc. etc.
> "This next song is for the lovely ladies in the audience"
> "Please don't spill beer on the guitarists footpedals"
> "This is a loving tribute cover of ________"
> ________the Beatles
> ________the Rolling Stones
> ________Lothar and the Hand People
> "Please put that gun down, sir, you've just had a little too much to
> "We don't know Freebird, sorry, but you might enjoy this amusing Alvin
> the Chipmunks number"
> and other appropriate phrases.
> It is too bad that EMU pulled the plug on this first interactive,
> machine.................oh well.
> yours, Rick "Elvis has left the building" Walker