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Re: webcast Y2K4 / Brasil market loop sample!

thank you for this feedback, Per!

even before I used loops, I was lazy to repeat stuff. now even more.
in other words, as soon as I am not using loops, I play mostly irregular.
it may represent a lack of (personal) stability or simply: practicing.
but when someone can deal with it, its interesting...

>On Oct 11, 2004, at 17:54, Matthias Grob wrote:
>Nice clips! I enjoyed listening ;-)
>>the last (7) was over the top, I started a speed I could not 
>>hold... but the second part was fun anyway...
>great live feel there!
>>Danilo Santana we had only met once in a short session, but he is 
>>amazingly flexible. Its important for me to play with people that 
>>dont ask what key we are in, dont stop when things are not quite 
>>defined, dont mind to fluently change key or beat when its time... 
>>I think even if it does not change quite perfectly, its better than 
>>staying the same all the way... :-)
>He plays a very nice piano part in the late mid section of song 5! I 
>like it when the underlying chord structure is just ripped away like 
>you you're doing there. You did nice chromatic walking on the guitar 
>behind the piano stuff. Also nice to add long guitar solo notes 
>behind the piano solo. A very explosive and inspiring part of the 
>jam IMHO!
>All the best
>Per Boysen
>http://www.looproom.com (international)
>http://www.boysen.se (Swedish site)


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