OH! OK. Yes. I see what you're saying. I totally agree. (how about that for a 180?) A lot of times I'm just using an ebow and a wah. What's worse is when you're looping all over the place, processing your loops like mad, and what do people want to know about? The $149 AirFX. I think what it boils down to is this: Looping doesn't seem interesting to most musicians when explained or experienced. You've really just got to do it to love it. I could be wrong. Maybe there's something about us that predisposes us to this, but I don't think so. Marklar On Wednesday, August 28, 2002, at 08:24 AM, Mark Hamburg wrote: > Given some of the responses, it's clear that I wasn't clear enough. > > I was not suggesting that looping synthesizers was somehow worse than > looping other instruments. I was suggesting that from the standpoint of > promoting looping, synthesizers get in the way because the audience > dismisses anything interesting they hear as "being a synth" and that > this > spills over to musicians as well looking to broaden their tonal > palettes.