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Re: looping in the dark
Wow. Well, I can play in the dark, but wouldn't be able to operate my
and VST host in the dark. I could learn to work my MIDI footpedel in the
dark, I suppose. All this aside, I do think it is a very good exercise in
ear training, improvision skills, and becoming intimate with one's
instrument to be able to play in the dark or with your eyes closed. I
my best music comes from closing my eyes and letting things go.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Smart" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 19, 2007 3:19 PM
Subject: looping in the dark
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> Hi. I just joined you folks - great Web site by the way.
> I'm Chris, a 31 year-old blind guy (no that doesn't make me a better
> musician, although it might get me more work so shhhh let people keep
> believing that myth!). Anyway, I'm a jazz guitarist, teach guitar mostly
> to beginners, etc.
> I currently use a Boss RC20. I just thought I'd ask on list if there is
> anybody else here who can run their gear without looking at it. :) Come
> on, test yourself.
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