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AW: open source stompbox--looper?

Hey Charlie,
nice to be reading from you again, how is music going for you?
(In case you missed it, I had the opportunity to do a little "world tour" this year and even was able to sell a few of the kybermusik CDs that also do feature you).
But now on to your message below:
Thanks for pointing that out. We had several discussions here in the past about using some modular system of any kind to get a powerful/configurable stompbox looper. It seems to me that, while this may not be the thing for some of us who need a multi-track thingie with dozillions of function, it really works as some kind of modular multi-stompbox - which also could loop, of course.
There's also lots of SRAM available - which could be used for endless delay networks of a fashion that will make Robert Fripp turn grey in awe. And all that with a price tag of 'round $350, which is if I'm mistaken about the realm of a DL4 and less than a RC50.
I'm really looking forward to any first reports from a looper!

Von: Charlie Milkey [mailto:pilotcp@gmail.com]
Gesendet: Freitag, 15. August 2008 15:19
An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
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This looks pretty cool--anyone know anything about this?