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Re: recording (suggestions) self marketing
how did that work out in comparison to the other piece from your point of
Assuming you're running the loop in stereo, how about some
kind of panning as the voice goes into the loop?
(when I play, my hardware setup kind of does that automatically).
Either manually panning, or a subtle autopan on a slow cycle.
Hope you don't mind another suggestion, but it really struck
me as I was listening that it would work really well and add a lot
Nadia Salom wrote:
> here i did another one... considering your suggestions
>> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
>> Datum: Sun, 23 May 2010 09:36:18 +0100
>> Von: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Betreff: Re: recording (suggestions for ambient loopers)
>> Hope you don't mind a couple of suggestions.
>> (also for anyone doing the ambient improv thing)
>> 1) Reduce feedback amount, especially once piece gets going. Even if
>> is zero then 2 layers are heard.
>> 2) Find some way to increase the loop length as the piece develops.
>> (often called Multiply).
>> 3) An alternate way to end is to drop feedback gradually to zero, and
>> an ending.
>> Gradually building a loop that's short enough to be obvious is a classic
>> way to start, but once the loop gets full it's nice to have
>> somewhere else to go.
>> andy butler
>> Nadia Salom wrote:
>> > hello i just made this live loop impro and would like to share it with
>> > the world
>> > http://www.ubetoo.com/nirmala07/31106
> Nadia Salom
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