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Re: OREGON LOOPERS (Was: EDP and Guitar to Midi Converter, Misc Looper Station Stuff For Sale.)



I'm still here, mostly lurking. There's a couple of venues I can think of 
here in Corvallis or in Eugene where we could make something like this 
happen, and there are a few local players who use looping but are not on 
this list.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "tEd  KiLLiAn" <tedkillian@charter.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2009 10:47 AM
Subject: OREGON LOOPERS (Was: EDP and Guitar to Midi Converter, Misc 
Looper 
Station Stuff For Sale.)


Christopher,

Let's put on our thinking caps and figure out where and how this might
be accomplished.

Yes there are a few other loopers in the State.

Dave Trenkle, in Corvalis (who's been on the list at least as long as
I have, since '96).

Rev Fever (aka Ted Harms) is in Portland area somewhere I believe.

Qua Veda, up in McMinville (posts infrequently but is on the list).

David Coffin (over on the Oregon coast) not sure he performs anymore -
concentrating mostly on visual art.

There are some others up in the PDX area - but they so seldom post to
the LD list that it is impossible to know if they are even still there.

None in my area that I know of.

Perhaps a "shout out" to the LD list is in order (note the subject
heading change of the message) - let's discuss.

Keep in touch.

Best of the New Year to you,

Ted Killian

On Dec 25, 2009, at 10:46 PM, Christopher Darrow wrote:

>
> Sweet! Glad to see you write, "yet another." Must mean there are  more 
> about.
>
> I'm actually a returning looper. Looped with between 2 and 3 EDPs  for 
> over 10 years. Tried to go linear digital the last few years but  also 
> kind of took a break from music for the the most part in favor  of video.
>
> I'll be working on getting my skills back 1st quarter of 2010 with  some 
> next-level stuff so let's gave a looping concert in summer.
>
>
> On Dec 25, 2009, at 12:06 PM, tEd  KiLLiAn wrote:
>
>> Christopher,
>>
>> Sorry to see you selling this stuff off.
>>
>> It's a surprise to find yet another looper in Oregon.
>>
>> People don't speak up and say where they're from often enough.
>>
>> Hope your sale work out for you.
>>
>> I've got all the EDPs (2) and guitar-to-midi stuff (Roland) I need 
>> already.
>>
>> I might start divesting myself of some gear soon too.
>>
>> If you ever get down Medford way give a shout out.
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Ted
>>
>>
>> On Dec 25, 2009, at 9:59 AM, Christopher Darrow wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Hi. I still have these so I thought I'd repost. Again, I usually  just 
>>> sell locally (Portland Oregon) but I'd be willing to ship for  fellow 
>>> loopers, since this is my looping station. Shipper pays  shipping 
>>> though.
>>>
>>> EDP with Footswitch: 
>>> http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/msg/1524252438.html
>>>
>>> AXON Guitar to Midi converter and sound source: 
>>> http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/msg/1524251329.html
>>>
>>> They're both in a 2 space rack mount that is a little tricked out, 
>>> actually... I put mounted jack plates (few xlr, few 1/4") on the  side 
>>> and 2 mike holder screw bases on the top so you can wire a  connection 
>>> to them from the back of your stuff and only ever have  to jack into 
>the 
>>> side rather then reach in and so you can attach a  goose neck mic 
>>> holder. Two actually, vocals and sax is what I used  it for.
>>>
>>> I have no idea what I'd charge for that. Probably pretty much for  
>what 
>>> you'd by the 2 space rack mount for new. So if you're  interested in 
>>> that let me know. I also have an amp stand I put the  rack mount on so 
>>> it faces up at an angle. And footswitches. And a  bunch of RDL mixers. 
>>> (Google Radio Design Labs... tiny little  mixers, switchers, noise 
>gates 
>>> etc. You wire them yourself, that's  why they're so small. They're 
>also 
>>> SUER quiet and high quality.
>>>
>>> Everything's in great shape.
>>>
>>> Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Etc.!
>>>
>>> ---Christopher Darrow
>>>  503.327.9329
>>
>