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Re: Childrens' Sequencer Program

My kids like computer games, and I thought a software sequencer that
emulates an old analog sequencer would be easy for them to operate.  Also,
it's simpler for them to turn on my computer than my looping rig.  And the
computer is much quieter than my amp.

Mark Kata

-----Original Message-----
From: Texture444@aol.com <Texture444@aol.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Friday, October 09, 1998 7:58 AM
Subject: Re: Childrens' Sequencer Program

>In a message dated 10/9/98 6:23:20 AM, Mark@asisoftware.com writes:
>>Does anyone know of a sequencer program that works like the old
>>Electro-Harmonix sequencer--8 sliders (one for each note in the sequence)
>>that produce an endless loop?
>>I want to introduce my kids to looping.
>i'm curious as to why you've focussed upon introducing yer kids to looping
>a 'sequencer', as opposed to having them looping actual audio (via, ya
>EDP, jamman, boomerang, etc.....) ?
>looping airborne sounds can be such a vivid, visceral experience, i think:
>what with a microphone, harmonica, hand-drum, turntable, bass, guitar
>*whatever* as kiddly-controlled input.
>in my experience:
>botha my boys cut their loop-teeth on a PCM42/digitech thingie/jamman,
>many years later, botha them continue to loop, as a source for their own
>enjoyment & creativity.