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Re: Looking for ...woops
D'OH! Now I'm guilty of that which I despise! Sorry!
Mark Sottilaro wrote:
> Hey Paul, that sounds great! I know asking someone to sit in on such
> 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
> less thing to deal with.
> Anyway... the friday show at ATA (21st and Valencia) starts at 7:30, and
> 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
> balmy nights so.... maybe we can move inside if it's too cold. We'll
> Anyway, come up and say hello.
> If we miss eachother this weekend, let's figure out a time to get
> Talk to you later,
> Paul Buelow wrote:
> > Mark,
> > 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
> > play two shows this weekend but I would like to check you out and
> > something that might work together. At the least, I would like to
> > 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
> > 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,
> > Paul
> > 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.
> > > 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
> > > the 1st and 6th of April.
> > >
> > > Mark Sottilaro
> > >