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Re: Introduction


Really nice music.

I think "Feral Choir" is the best thing I've heard in a while.

"Cello Loop No.1" is a close second. 

After I was done listening, and for the heck of it, I opened them all in 
QuickTime and played them as loops - jumping from one QT Player to another 
making my own (sort of) remised "composition."

Try it -- they all work together as a group that way.

tEd ® kiLLiAn

Man is the only animal that can remain on friendly terms with the victims 
he intends to eat until he eats them. – Samuel Butler (1835 - 1902)


Ted Killian's "Flux Aeterna" is also available at Apple iTunes

---- Stephen Moyes <stephenmoyes@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote: 
> Greetings loopers,
> I have been lurking on this mailing list for a couple of years and 
> it was about time I introduced myself and started to get involved in 
>some of 
> your wonderful discussions.
> I'm based in Kent in south-east England and I have been playing music on 
> various instruments for most of my life. I got my first guitar for my 
> birthday (over 30 years ago!) it became my main instrument. I also took 
> the cello five or six years ago.
> I'm mainly a free improvisor, although I also dabble in computer based 
> composition and various other odd musical projects.
> My first 'proper' looping device was a Vortex and I started using a DL4 
> soonafter they became available. I started experementing with Mobius 
> year and have been spending more time learning it recently. Next 
> I'm doing my first public guitar/laptop/Mobius performance in London.
> I have learned a lot from reading this list and beem introduced to a 
> amount of great music. I look forward to getting involved with future 
> discussions and being part of your lovely looping community.
> Best wishes to you all,
> Steve
> www.stevemoyes.org.uk
> p.s. If anyone' interested there are some short sound clips on the 
> page of my very out of date website. The 'Evrah/Steve track has some DL4 
> looping, and 'cello loop No 1' was my first Mobius recording, although 
> over a year old and not representative of where I am now. There's also 
> details of next week's gig on the 'performances' page.