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Re: recording (suggestions) self marketing
I like both. For me each recording I make is just a representation of one
moment. These moments are fleeting, constantly changing. I can not make a
judgment about them because they become just what is capable in the
moment, and what is at hand on the physical as well as nonphysical level.
And I can never repeat them either... And there seems to be always room
for improvement. An autopan can be added for other recordings too. That
would be great. I am interested in working performatively in space... will
be making a live installation with many loudspeakers, to also make a
spatial exchange more possible.
thanks for the feedback :-)
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> Datum: Thu, 27 May 2010 13:26:08 +0100
> Von: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Betreff: Re: recording (suggestions) self marketing
> Very nice,
> 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
> of depth.
> Nadia Salom wrote:
> > here i did another one... considering your suggestions
> > http://www.ubetoo.com/nirmala07/31136
> >> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> >> Datum: Sun, 23 May 2010 09:36:18 +0100
> >> Von: andy butler <email@example.com>
> >> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> >> Betreff: Re: recording (suggestions for ambient loopers)
> >> Beautiful.
> >> 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
> >> feedback
> >> 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
> >> sing/play
> >> an ending.
> >> Gradually building a loop that's short enough to be obvious is a
> >> 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
> >> > the world
> >> > http://www.ubetoo.com/nirmala07/31106
> >> >
> > --
> > Nadia Salom
> > http://www.ubetoo.com/nirmala07
> > http://www.nirmala07.net
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