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RE: zen and the fluent music

Whatever you're playing, be there...unless of course it's something
like a very un-zen cover of "Volare" or "Freebird." Then you must stop.
Here's a really cool book: Hazrat Inayat Khan: The Mysticism of Sound and Music.
Sorry Kris - yahoo returned it to your box instead of loopers where I was
trying to send it...

Kris Hartung <khartung@cableone.net> wrote:
Whoops, I confused FB with FCB. Too many damn abbreviations and
acronyms. :) Please debried me privately on what FB is. thnx

Flow is good....

"Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay centered
by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate." - Toaist
quote from Chuang Tzu


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthias Grob [mailto:matigrob@terra.com.br]
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 9:50 AM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: RE: zen and the fluent music

Kris said:
>My FB experience is on hold for now. Sure, I got it configured fine to
>work with my EDPs, but I still can't get past its size, plus I'm not
>really using the features that you can access on via MIDI and not the
>EDP controller.

I dont either
but FB is an analog pedal :-)

>For instance, if I want to have 6 separate loops, I'll
>just use the Next Loop button on the controller to scroll through them,

>rather than selecting that loop immediately via MIDI. I'm using my
>Insert function on my EDP controller to trigger reverse on the EDPs,
>but I guess it would be nice to use it for the subsitute function with
>some quantizing. But my music is typically far too organic, free
>flowing, and non-meter like to really benefit from quantizing. Now that

>I think about it, I don't use quantize for anything when I loop. I
>like to be responsible for my own timing. :)

thats how I feel, and makes it dificult to use anything but an EDP
because all other units and even the soft copies partly introduce
... which I can understand, its terrible to program without

>The half speed function is cool,
>which you can only access via MIDI, but I wouldn't really use that much


yes, it cuts flow for my taste...

>Right now I'm more interested in getting all I can get with the
>functionality accessible with the EDP controller. I don't want to
>complicate things any more.

right... we were not talking about complicated things, just a pedal
to flow with FB... you will love it!

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