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Re: Indeterminacy



Michael I liked this a lot and listening to again this evening.  Like all the different texture things you did, lot of variety in your journey here.  Kudos.  Jim

On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 1:45 PM, Steven Clements <sdclements@gmail.com> wrote:
Love this!

I had Alan Hoover install a stealth pro into my G202... love the sustainiac!


Steven

On Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 12:16 PM, Ivodne Galatea <takas20@hotmail.com> wrote:
Well-played - a perfect concert for a Monday morning before bed hour! Thanks for putting it up. Nice bits of Frith-ertronics (if that is a word) around the 12 and 28 minute marks (and elsewhere - that's when I looked at the clock). Like an alternative universe "Ruins" but played by a one-man band.

and hold on to that Sustainiac C - they've stopped making it! (temp but)
http://www.sustainiac.com/model-c.htm

I love the C for the way it makes an instrument come alive - I use it on my African kalimbas acoustically (ie using it for feeback but not amping it after), it makes them sing so loudly you can hear it from 30 foot away.


From: mp@mpeters.de
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Indeterminacy
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 19:28:17 +0100


I recorded a long "frippertronics" style improv this afternoon. You can listen to it here:

https://veloopity.bandcamp.com/album/indeterminacy

Very raw stuff, lots of sustainiac model-c harmonic feedback and the hiss and rumble of the old Revox machines. Enjoy!

-Michael





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