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Re: Modular Looping

Re: Fripp & Eno, be sure to also listen to Alvin Lucier's
work.  He may not always use loops, but I he's right
up there as well.

-David K.

> From: Steven Dubofsky <skullsaw@gti.net>
> To: Looper's Delight <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
> Subject: Re: Modular Looping
> Date: Tuesday, September 09, 1997 7:19 AM
> > 
> > I am kinda new to the list, but I've visited all your Web sites and I
> > just
> > wondering if there are any of you out there who loop synthesizers.
> For years my looping setup was primarily a Kork MonoPoly and two reel to
> reels. The decks are gone as is the Korg but synths are my primary
> instuments. I recently got a CS1x that has an abundance of realtime
> control and am awaiting the arrival, hopefully today, of a 4 second
> Korg Delay. An expressive synth is a must, knobs and realtime control and
> such.
> > I loop using a Delta Lab Effectron III, Lexicon JamMan, and use a
> > Roland SDE-330 Dimensional Space Delay to sweeten the lot, but my
> > sources are mostly  EMS VCS-3 and custom modules.  The closest I come
> > to guitar looping is using a bass thru a pitch to voltage converter as
> > controller.
> > 
> > To make matters even stranger, Robert Fripp is my main influence.
> As far as instumental loops go Bobby Boy is and Eno are it for me as
> steve d           
>             skullsaw must be applied directly to the stain
>                      http://www.gti.net/skullsaw