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Re: f.s. looperlative and eclipse
Scott, when I first moved to Alameda from Ithaca NY you were the very
first live loop show I saw here in CA... at some small cafe on San
Pablo.. in Oakland/Berkeley. You were with a tabla player and it was
an amazing show.
It's hard for me to not want to buy your eclipse!
On Jun 15, 2007, at 11:49 PM, Scott Drengsen wrote:
> Thanks for your kind words and encouragement. I'm not removing
> music from my soul(or all the instruments from my house)But,I have
> come to terms with the realization that I don't have much drive to
> play my music to other people and I'm much happier focusing on
> martial arts.I have been inspired by your evolution w/the laptop
> and who knows what the future holds.
> On Thursday, June 14, 2007, at 07:55 AM, Krispen Hartung wrote:
>> Scott! This is surprising! How can you remove music making from
>> your "soul" unless it was never there to begin with. I find this
>> hard to believe.
>> I've seen you play and thought you had "it". Maybe this is just
>> phase in your life and you will come back to music at some other
>> point in time. I've done this myself before. Sometimes you just
>> need a breather and time to evolve individually.
>> ...well, when you do come back to music (and I think you may), it
>> will be an opportune time to move to laptop. And I have just one
>> phrase in response to your gear for sale: max/reaktor.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> After a few months of soul searching I've discovered that making
>>> music isn't really a priority to me and I'll be selling (almost)
>>> I have an Eclipse and a Looperlative in a 4 space rack with a
>>> Raven Labs preamp.2 pedals for the Eclipse and an FCB to run the
>>> Looperlative a power supply and all the attendant cables---2850.00
>>> a Garz Guitars 12 string fretless bass 1500.00
>>> a Wishbass doubleneck,12 string guitar and 6 string fretless bass
>>> Thanks.E-mail me off list if you're interested in anything...