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Re: the impermanence of looping

On Jan 24, 2005, at 4:49 PM, Dennis Montgomery wrote:

> Anyway, since I started looping I've made it a point to not record 
> anything.  This is very exciting and unfamiliar ground for me.  There 
> have been some pieces that I turn the feedback knob back as I sit 
> debating whether to let the creation fade into the ether or hit a 
> record button somewhere fast!  So far, I just let them all fade away.  
> It definitely forces me to focus on my music very differently than I 
> did before...the point being the present moment rather than the future 
> finished piece.  I come to looping from a Fripp/Eno place and am 
> familiar with Fripp's perspectives of music and musicians.  I just 
> never thought I'd find it this much fun to do myself!

welcome to the world of Looping. For What its worth, Fripp records 
almost everything.

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