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RE: Random radio sounds (first try)

    I am starting a new project and need elements like yours. I was going to make them myself, but would rather save time and incorporate your works. Also, the addition of other artist alwasy adds more to the sound direction.
To hear the type of work I do, visit http://myspace.com/loopersdf
   You can contact me at sonyart@comcast.net
    Thank you,
    Sony Felberg
PS: As always, full credit will be given...
-------Original Message-------
Date: 12/19/05 08:35:39
Subject: RE: Random radio sounds (first try)
> i just gave my first solo/looping concert.
> what i did was basically sampling small fragments of FM radio
> broadcasts from an old ghetto blaster, in real time, using
> Sooperlooper thru AbletonLive, with a bit of MicroModular.
way cool, Stephane.
I've been doing basically the same thing for a year or two now (I've looped
a radio on loop festivals in Berlin and Zürich, using nothing but an EDP).
Big fun. I'm still experimenting with this. Although there is lots of random
and the results aren't really controllable, people seem to like it, if only
for the novelty value.
What I find especially interesting is the similarity of your output and
Here's my cut-up radio loops: