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RE: Recreating loop recordings live
----> Claude is the exception to my little rule--the recording (See What?
was loop driven, and used some sequences, so the live presentation is
probably closer to the record.
From: Louie Angulo [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, November 22, 2003 4:57 AM
Subject: Recreating loop recordings live
I thinks recreating spontaneous improvised live
recorded loops is one of the most challenging things
ive encountered(maybe it should be forbidden;-)I would
love to see loopers like Claude Voit live, his new CD
is marvelous and all loop composed, But Live too...?
--- Relay <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I think we are missing the point here--I posted
> regarding this like,
> yeserday or the day before. NO ONE CAN RECREATE A
> STUDIO RECORDING WITH
> LOOPERS. It's pretty pointless. That said, song
> structure of one sort or
> another (lots of wiggle room there!) is what I
> usually strive for--anyone
> who was at Y2K2 and saw my performance can get an
> idea of what I try to
> foist on the unsuspecting public (not to mention a
> room fulla playas).
> Music is emotional--and I try to make it pretty.