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RE: EDP manual

Sorry, if I state more precisely:
The idea of this cookbook actually is not
"Bernhard being the individual who creates ..."

But rather: If anyone finds an answer to his/her question about the EDP in
Loopers-Delight mailing list archive that this person takes the time to add
the question and a link to the post in the LD archives that answered it.

Since my abilities to write proper English seem exhausted for today, please
read this:

explaining the idea somewhat clearer (and if you disagree about the 
go ahead, click EDIT, and make it clearer!)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alan Kroeger [mailto:nospam@akroeger.com]
> Sent: Montag, 8. November 2004 16:30
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: RE: EDP manual
> Well I hope no one thought that I was diminishing the contributions of 
> the other loopers who add to the sum total of that which we commonly 
> to as Looping including the non EDP loopers who contribute to the looping
> genre (if such a thing actually exists) There is no true cookie cutter
> approach that will make anyone a direct clone of anyone else or an 
> looper I also believe that most of us involved prefer to be unique and
> present our own vision of what looping music is. I might have
> made multiple
> suggestions about using Andre's page as a tutorial and that would
> be because
> it is likely one of the oldest tutorial like resources that I know of. I
> also don't see looping as Andre, Andre and Andre regardless of how many
> times I might have recommended his anaysis page. I have aquired many 
> and thoughts on the howto of looping from all here who have contributed 
> the art of looping and there are many approaches. Beyond that
> there are many
> musical styles that contributed to the looping genre. Some here have a
> sampling approach many use a self accompaniment approach and
> others have yet
> another approach listing them all would be impossible. So, perhaps 
> will actually end up being the individual who creates the multiple source
> multiple approach tutorial. Still I suppose it might be useful if
> there was
> a true tutorial for the EDP the device does require an investment in ones
> own time but, I found that even after one day of ownership I
> could do quite
> a bit just by a hit and miss / trial and error approach. It was sometime
> after that I dug into the manual and signed up for the list to start
> expanding on my usage of the EDP.
> So, to the many contributors to the Art Of Looping I take my hat
> off and say
> let us continue to promote and expand the musical form so many of us love
> and lets face it everytime someone purchases a looping device expect that
> someone might complain about wanting a tutorial (It's almost
> inevitable) ;D
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bernhard Wagner [mailto:loopdelightml@nosuch.biz]
> Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 4:57 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: RE: EDP manual
> Added those to:
> http://www.xmlizer.biz/cgi-bin/edp/kwiki.cgi?HowToCollection
> Thank you
> Per
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Per Boysen [mailto:per@boysen.se]
> > Sent: Montag, 8. November 2004 10:11
> > To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> > Subject: Re: EDP manual
> >
> >
> > > At 03:54 PM 11/7/2004, toejam00@mac.com wrote:
> > >> My two cents regarding the EDP manual. It's great for what it does.
> > >> But it would be awfully nice to have some sort of a tutorial.
> >
> > On Nov 8, 2004, at 2:15, Kim Flint wrote:
> > > I've long said that there is a great opportunity out there for
> > > experienced Loopers to offer teaching services or create tutorials
> > > and teach looping. People are obviously willing to pay. What are you
> > > waiting for?
> >
> > Here are some mp3's from last year with added "loopist notes".
> > However, I published it more for the purpose of teaching group
> > improvisation with looping devices than as an actual EDP tutorial:
> > http://www.looproom.com/looptour2003/edu.php
> >
> > Again, Andre LaFosse's web site is the best "EDP tuturial" I've seen
> > so far (and I have not seen much...  ;-)
> >
> > Greetings from Sweden
> >
> > Per Boysen
> >