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hm... I somehow disagree here, Bob:
most original music grows out of playing. So the question "what music
would I like to perform?" is useful but usually limiting to what we
heard before or to the sounds and playing techniques we are used to.
For me looping was much more a way to discover what comes out of
myself than a tool to "construct" what I had imagined.
of course, both ways are valid and usually blend together...
On 1 Feb 2008, at 16:10, Bob Amstadt wrote:
>> "what would you like to listen to when you attend
>> a realtime-looping performance?"
>> "what an interesting realtime-looping performance must have
>> to please you?"
> Personally, I generally don't see looping as a style of music.
> Looping is a technique that musicians and performers use to help
> facilitate the creation of their art. The Live Looping Festival in
> Santa Cruz is a perfect example of this. So many different
> musicians perform at the festival all using looping as a tool, but
> each creating a different type of performance.
> The question that you should ask yourself is "what music would you
> like to perform?" Once you have determined that then you can look
> at looping as a way of constructing your performance.
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