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Re: DJ loopage
From: Leonardo Cavallo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Tuesday, June 02, 1998 9:54 AM
Subject: Re: DJ loopage
>>A good 20 second mix on a break or punch is all you need from one song to
>>the next. The efx boxes are for adding efx to a track ,like
>>short delay to get a double beat effect or a flange even a massive
>>reverb when a track is building up, this adds major heat to the floor. I
>>use middi verbs, so I can change parameters with my controller. The
>>about using loops, one shot sounds, and efx
>>is it gives you the creater a unique sound all of your own that no
>>one can duplicate. It only takes a little, less is more, but it can make
>>the difference between ok or great. A straite beat mixer can get a
>>boring. You need a good fade and cue for drastic tempo and style change,
>>good break mix hear and there to add punch when comming from a less
>>energetic track to a higher one,
>>loops, one shot dub samples, some efx, a little creativity, and a killer
>>light man, even if you have to train him.
>> Dj MegaFun.
>I'm really impressed! It sounds fantastic!
>This is the variety I like here!!
>I'd like to know more about your approach.
>Do you use the sampler for playing over the records only, or you play your
>sequences too? Yes I use original stuff and I use chops from other
stuff. I also fly in patches I've made from my synths.
>How much memory the MPC 2000 has? 32 megs of ram
>It has a sequnecer inside too? 100,000 note sequencer I got the thing
using in the studio then realized it was a perfect dj tool