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RE: zen and the fluent music
>Whoops, I confused FB with FCB. Too many damn abbreviations and
>acronyms. :) Please debried me privately on what FB is. thnx
oh, sorry, for me FeedBack is important and frequent enough to type
FB, but thats not an official one :-)
>Flow is good....
by coincience I am just half throug listening to your CD off internet
and I love it!
>"Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay centered
>by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate." - Taoist
>quote from Chuang Tzu
>From: Matthias Grob [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 9:50 AM
>Subject: RE: zen and the fluent music
>>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
>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!
> ---> http://Matthias.Grob.org