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Re: Loopstock EDP Clinic topics?
I sure hope someone is planning to tape/videotape all this.
I certainly would be willing to pay for tapes/shipping, etc.
No way I can get there unfortunately.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hans Lindauer" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 1:21 PM
Subject: Re: Loopstock EDP Clinic topics?
> There will be four clinics presented at Loopstock 2003 (official titles
> pending except for Rick's):
> EDP - Andre LaFosse
> JamMan / Collaborative Looping Techniques - Max Valentino
> Looper Construction Kit / KYMA - Dennis Leas
> Concepts of Time Perception and Synchronization and other Self Teaching
> Concepts for Live Looping - Rick Walker
> Dr. Richard Zvonar has also volunteered to continue the History of
> Looping presentation which he started at the Y2K2 Loopfest.
> Jimmy George asked:
> > will there only be edp clinics?
> > jg
> >>Hi list,
> >>We're in the process of planning the schedule for Loopstock, which will
> >>include several dedicated clinic spots this year. Hans and Jon Wagner
> >>have graciously offered me some time to talk about the EDP, so I'd like
> >>to solicit ideas for subjects people are most interested in.
> >>Off the top of my head, subjects I'd be inclined to talk about would
> > include:
> >>- Multiple loops
> >>- Windowing
> >>- Multiply (including remultiplying and unrounded multiply)
> >>- Insert modes
> >>- DirectMIDI footcontroller "bank" concepts
> >>- Quantization
> >>If there are EDP related subjects people want to know about other than
> >>these, by all means speak up - I'm treating this as an opportunity to
> >>gauge where people's interest lies. I'll probably wait until the
> >>clinic to see what the people there are most interested in, but I'd
> >>to hear any suggestions the list has.
> >>--Andre LaFosse
> >>The Echoplex Analysis Pages:
> P.S. Nice one, Tim!
> >>>Ummm, Andre, don't you think you'd be better off
> >>>sticking to things like multiple loops, windowing,
> >>>multiply, insert modes, footcontroller tips and
> >>>quantization? :-)