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Thanks for the info, Per.
What you describe reminds me of Matthias' performance that i saw way back
at Loopstock '02, where he was setting feedback to zero and 'accompanying'
himself during each pass of the phrase, only to have it change with the
next pass. Great stuff.
---- Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 11:26 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I agree that Andre's work is an 'eye-opener' as you say, but I must
>admit i don't find his work 'musical' to my ears. His glitch style is
>chock full of screeches, bleeps, and noise, shards of rhythms and
>alienating textures. I just picture myself seeing one of his performances
>with my wife, and her giving me that look that says "i need you to get me
>out of here or i'm going to have a massive migraine."
> Ha, ha.... :-) You should lend an ear to his older work. At his
> website he keeps some wonderful pieces where he plays with the guitar
> and the EDP's reverse function. No layering etc. Just playing a phrase
> on the guitar, kicking in reverse and keep on the musical flow playing
> duo with his old phrase now reversed. Feedback set to zero and he
> always knows exactly when to kick the reverse again to not kill his
> reversed duo buddy. I think reverse looping brings out the good sides
> in using a plucked string instrument. I personally like those pieces
> better than the substitute stuff. (but the substitute stuff is way
> more fun)
- Re: uff!
- From: "Per Boysen" <email@example.com>