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Re: Looking for DJ/Electronic device person (SF area)
Hey Paul, that sounds great! I know asking someone to sit in on such short
notice is a bit crazy, but what's experimental music without some
experimentation, eh? Actually, I'm really looking for someone (on these
shows coming up this weekend) to take over the drum machine so I've got one
less thing to deal with.
Anyway... the friday show at ATA (21st and Valencia) starts at 7:30, and we
play until 8:15. There's a bunch of video screenings, and then we play
again... maybe until midnight, I'm not sure. The Saturday show is at a
called nOe art space: which is: Value Vacation. 3901 23rd Street @
Francisco. (415) 824-2553. I'm a bit worried about that gig, as I just
out that they're planning on us doing it outside. SF isn't known for it's
balmy nights so.... maybe we can move inside if it's too cold. We'll see.
Anyway, come up and say hello.
If we miss eachother this weekend, let's figure out a time to get together
Talk to you later,
Paul Buelow wrote:
> I saw your note about your upcoming performance and your interest in
> collaborating. Have fun with the show. I have been working up a
> to fit nicely with the setup you describe. I don't know that I am ready
> play two shows this weekend but I would like to check you out and prepare
> something that might work together. At the least, I would like to support
> and encourage your efforts. I play turntables with a DJM-600 beat
> effects mixer and I trigger samples from a Roland S-760 with a mirage.
> Lately, I have been getting into using Max/MSP and outboard effects to
> process the sound in real time performance.
> On the road I have tried to simplify things. I could even dj from a
> player or single turntable connected to a casio little radio with balance
> and tone control.
> I also play drums and percussion with my DW drum set when needed and am
> knowledgeable about midi and computer crap.
> I'll check you out this weekend and perhaps we can setup a time to try
> something appropriate together.
> Good luck,
> on 3/19/02 7:26 PM, Mark Sottilaro at email@example.com wrote:
> > Hey,
> > We're (our ambigroovic band Sleeping) thinking about trying to
> > collaborate with a DJ, someone who does live scratching/samples and
> > could also tweak some beats we've programmed on a Roland MC-307. It's
> > got lot's of knobs, and we've also got a Korg KAOSS pad for extra
> > mangelage. We've got gigs this friday and saturday in SF, and ones on
> > the 1st and 6th of April.
> > Mark Sottilaro