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Re: Tutorial vids
It would be great if someone could video all of the loopstock
I would definitely pay to see them as I cannot get to the event.
Quality is not an issue, I would just love to check it out!!
on 1/4/03 5:18 am, Evan Meyers at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> i'd be interested in a tutorial video as a repeater
> user...to get some new perspective on looping
> techniques. have you guys considerred an all around
> looping vid? something that demos all products?
> obviously, your focus would be on the edp since you
> guys are the masters of that, but throwing in a few
> mintues showing some of the features on other devices
> could make it worthwhile for the entire
> community...but either way, i'm still interested in
> seeing the edp one.
> --- David <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Andre -
>> Imagine how many of these Video's you could sell!
>> And how about skipping
>> "video", and getting a DVD's made -- much better as
>> a learning tool as
>> students can navigate more quickly between chapters.
>> And DVD's would sell faster and for more.
>> Just a thought.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Andre LaFosse" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>> Sent: Monday, March 31, 2003 3:12 AM
>> Subject: Tutorial vids
>>> Hi Doug,
>>> Doug Cox wrote:
>>>> And on a tangential topic - will someone be
>> videotaping the clinics, and
>>>> then offering them to the list (or even a
>> broader audience)? I'd pay a
>>>> reasonable fee for even unedited, amateur video
>> of this clinic.
>>>> I'm not a CA resident, and don't have the $$ to
>> come. That puts me in a
>>>> group that probably equals 99% of this list.
>> Can you guys help us poor
>>> Hans Lindauer and I filmed an EDP tutorial video
>> last fall, which is
>>> currently in rough cut form. I've been too busy
>> since then to really
>>> sit down and give it a good thorough look, but
>> once I get my album
>>> wrapped I hope to get it squared away and
>>> It looks pretty promising - formally filmed and
>> edited, with a rough
>>> two-hour running time, covering the main front
>> panel functions. More as
>>> this develops...
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