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Re: wikipedia page on livelooping
Yes! I am one of those people that we don't have enough of on this list. I
think that looping is looping, whether
it's done in real time or with a computer program when mixing. I believe
that looping is looping, and some
looping just happens to be live, so the Loop (music) article mentioning
live looping is fine.
Maybe a link to loopers-delight.com in the external links section and a
few more references
to famous live loopers would do. Heck, pretty soon, Per Boysen will be
deserving his own article!
On Mon, 24 Mar 2014 15:36:33 +0100, mark francombe wrote:
>I still don't see the problem of just linking up the Live Looping page to
>more general Loop music page. Its got everything we want there, Terry
>Fripp /Eno, even a line about Santa Cruz festivals...
>Read it guys... wont it do?
>Just cos YOUR favourite looper (box, software or musician) isn't
>are we really so unique that we need our own page?
>On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 3:28 PM, Sylvain Poitras
>I haven't bothered with wikipedia in a while... I've used it mostly to
>on tv episodes I've missed and toget a crash course on some mathematical
>equations. It's quite good for both those things...
>The problem with livelooping is that people who care about itare also
>likely involved with it and have no business writing a wikipedia article