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RE: ot: gig spam
I'm not associated with this gig but I can vouch for having used the very
process you talk of, but only in an improv jam session. Some prepared
and also some really quick pass through recording of a clarinet and
guitarist into sound forge and then dumping these loops back into acid. It
requires some dexterity to get something happening and its almost
to get rapid changes (quickest between stop recording and start playing
would be say...3-5 seconds). we didn't take it very far as the players
of went separate ways. still fun but not for the easily PC vexed.
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Sent: Friday, 6 April 2001 11:46 PM
Subject: Re: ot: gig spam
Just wondering--how do you (or anyone else) use ACID live? Seems like it
would be a pretty "prepared audio" piece. How much actual performance are
you capable of? I could see using multiple outs into a mixer and then play
the mixer as an instrument--the mutes, faders, aux sends, pans, FXs, etc.
What's your set up and your method?
10:22 AM Subject: ot: gig spam
i'll be providing groove & ambient constructs
behind avante/noise violinist Ritsu Katsumata
at Republica just off the Cornell University Campus (for anyone in Ithaca
about 9;30 pm friday the 6th april.