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Re: Childrens' Looping


Well I did. Playskool's packaging had an exposed section and the 
batteries came in it already so....



>What?!? You mean to say didn't keep it for, uh, personal use? Or did 
>try it out extensively before indulging in the wondrous act of giving?
>Joseph Buck schrieb:
>> Hi All-
>> Actually I have given my goddaughter a little looping thingie that
>> playskool has made.
>> It looks kinda like a jukebox and has about 16 rhythms, sound 
>> and instrument parts.
>> How it works is that the bambina can assign any of these voices to 
>> of 6 spaces and the piece loops. You can change sections on the fly 
>> well.
>> Really fun to show her how things can build or change...
>> selam,
>> Buck
>> >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 via
>> >a 'sequencer', as opposed to having them looping actual audio (via, 
>> know:
>> >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, 
>> and/or
>> >*whatever* as kiddly-controlled input.
>> >anyway,
>> >in my experience:
>> >botha my boys cut their loop-teeth on a PCM42/digitech 
>> etc.;
>> >many years later, botha them continue to loop, as a source for their
>> own
>> >enjoyment & creativity.
>> >best,
>> >dt
>> >
>> >
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