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Re: Concertloop

Dear Ivan, 

I'm a violinistic looper myself.  I'd love to take a look at your program.
I've been trying to get off my rack and into my laptop for a while now.
There are others of us out there.  Please feel free to be in touch off list
as well if you would like.  And thanks for sharing.  I've heard much about
SAT recently and am very interested in the innovation going on there.  
can  I here more about it, and about you?

Todd Reynolds



On 4/28/01 4:22 AM, "Ivan Zavada" <ivan.zavada@videotron.ca> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>   I just did a presentation at the SAT  Société des Arts 
> French) in Montréal.  The reason why I am sending you this e-mail is that
> for my presentation I used only looping, nothing else. And you know 
>what? It
> worked. My piece was very well appreciated. It was part of an
> electroacoustic concert of all the University students of Montreal. It
> lasted a week ( 4 Universities over 100 performances). Tonight was the
> real-time performance event.
> All kinds of stuff. I used a computer to regenerate sound that I 
>recorded on
> the violin on stage, then I manipulated loops in real-time. The reaction 
> excellent. I programmed an application myself with 4 simultaneous looping
> algorithms. In fact I ended the performance too soon... people enjoyed it
> and said it was too short, I should of let myself go!
>   All this to say, I don't know who I am writing to and I don't know if
> this interests you but my application runs on MacIntosh and loops four
> samples of approx. 10 sec. in any shape or form in real-time. Should I
> improve this application for wider use or does something like it exists 
> I am wasting my time... I would like to get some feedback! What do 
> need to loop efficiently. I would then work on my application and make it
> available.
> Thanks for your cooperation.
> Ivan Zavada
> Composer and programm developer.
> Masters student at Université de Montréal.