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Re: VG-99 Yes it can
On all points, except that "competition" thing. Consider THAT race
Could there be any more conclusive demonstration than Bill's clips
that PLAYING chops are the essential ingredient in first-class
Not that there's any kind of a race, of course, or that I'm giving up
anything; the 99 is a fascinating box and I'm determined to dig deep
as soon as time permits.
Bill's skills in both departments are simply beyond breath-taking,
imo. It's marvelous that some of his clips are available again. I
certainly hope some more Loopers get on the VG train, too. Can we hear
YOUR VG work somewhere, Mech? Your review was great; very tantalizing--
On Aug 31, 2008, at 9:09 AM, Mech wrote:
> I'll give a big +1 (make that +++1) to Bill Ruppert's VG-99 chops.
> He's quite likely the top 99 programmer out there today (at least
> until David Coffin gets up to speed on a new VG-99 and can give him
> some competition <*big grin*>).
> There was a huge Soundclick page of Bill's that showed off an
> amazing array of what this instrument is capable of. Alas, that
> collection is no more, but I'm so glad that some of those soundclips
> Thanks for chiming in, and great to see you lurking around here,
> Bill! :)