the Loopers Delight 'essential loop recordings' page needs updates. It
contains some essential recordings reviews, but many are still missing. The
page hasn't changed for quite a while now.
So we need your contributions - please write reviews, and send them to me -
but please send in only reviews of recordings that are truly essential. What
is essential? Kim writes,
> they might be recordings where new ideas or techniques in looping were
first introduced, or where looping was first heard in a type of music where
hadn't been used before, or recordings/artists that influenced a lot of
people to become interested in looping or expand their abilities as loopers,
... for other reviews, Kim and I are thinking about setting up a new page
fed by a form which can be used by everyone to type in reviews of their
favorite bands, etc.
= michael peters
= computer graphics + electronic music