|" It will require a lot of hard work on your part to get it all going the way you want, though. That's the beautiful nature of the beast."|
Ain't that the truth! Wether it be HW or SW, looping remains the bleeding edge of media production workflow. The great potential that it holds for music and for video is matched by a near total absence of standard workflows upon which to hang our hats. It makes it hard for to get a grip on a workflow that meets one's unique needs and, in the same stroke, it opens the field to endless workflow design possibilities. IMO, Both LP-1 and Mobius live up to these statements. Great potential-Great Challenge.
No matter what your platform, (i prefer them all :) the price of admission to create unique and idiosyncratic art with a looper is often high. Thats not to say that you can't make great looping art with a delay pedal, but if you want to innovate performance workflows that facilitate your own compositional style, you may have to buck up the midnight oil in a very big way. I certainly have had to pay a lot of dues to the "WTF-is-going-on-now-Gods" in order to break through on any looping platform...HW or SW.
See you in the wee hours.
On Mar 21, 2011, at 10:39 AM, Rick Walker wrote: