It will be goal after NAMM to see that the Looperlative LP1 makes appearance in a wide variety of places. Unfortunately, I have no specific plans until I see how things go at NAMM. For those of you attending NAMM, please stop by the booth and say hello. I will have at least one LP1 available for demonstration purposes. I'll have some instruments available and connected to the input of the LP1. For those of you in the San Jose area, I highly recommend Steve Lawson's masterclass. I attended the first, but unfortunately missed last year due to illness. If you can't be at NAMM and you can't be at Steve's class, then please leave a post on the Looperlative bulletin board. There is a thread about LP1 previews. I don't think that I will be able to schedule anything until after Steve's class, but I would be happy to have an open house where you guys could stop by and play with the LP1 for a few hours. Bob --On Monday, December 12, 2005 9:17 PM -0500 ArsOcarina@aol.com wrote: > Bob, > > Ratz! This is about the first NAMM since 1993 that I haven't planned > on attending (for a variety of perfectly good reasons). Wouldn't you > know it that there'd be a potentially important new looper making it's > public industrial debut this time around. What rotten luck. > > In a message dated 12/12/05 4:39:45 PM, email@example.com writes: > > > Unfortunately, no manual is available, yet. I have been racing with time > trying to get everything ready for NAMM. Steve is one of the two beta > testers of the Looperlative LP1. He's has been nice enough to learn how > to > use the unit without a manual. Based on the great deal of work still yet > to be done before the show. It looks like no documentation will be > available before the show. I apologize, but I'm behind schedule on >making > the design changes between the prototype units and the production units. > It is my goal to have the first production units before the NAMM show. > > I'm also hoping that our two beta testers will be willing to share their > experiences with all of you as well as with me. I intend to rely very > heavily on their opinions to determine which features need to be > implemented first. I feel very strongly that the electronics are solid > and > that the features that musicians need can be implemented with a simple > software upgrade to the unit. The nice thing about these units is that > software can be upgraded without swapping chips. New updates will be >made > available over the Internet as soon as they are ready. > > So, over the next year, the number of features will likely grow fairly > rapidly as I get reports back from the field. > > > > > > > > Best regards, > > tEd ® kiLLiAn > > "Different is not always better, but better is always different" > > http://www.pfmentum.com/flux.html > http://www.CDbaby.com/cd/tedkillian > http://www.guitar9.com/fluxaeterna.html > http://www.garageband.com/artist/ArsOcarina > http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=2845073 > http://www.netmusic.com/web/album.aspx?a_id=CBNM_17314 > http://www.indiejazz.com/ProductDetailsView.aspx?ProductID=193 > > Ted Killian's "Flux Aeterna" is also available at: Apple iTunes, > BuyMusic, Rhapsody, MusicMatch, MusicNet, DiscLogic, Napster, > AudioLunchbox, Lindows, QTRnote, Music4Cents, Etherstream, > RuleRadio, EMEPE3, Sony Connect, CatchMusic, Puretracks, > and Viztas. Yadda, yadda, yadda. Blah, blah, blah. So???