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Re: history of looping question: Live Looping Day



...that mentions October 21 as International Live Looping Day. However, this was apparently only celebrated once; in 2006. What exactly is International Live Looping
Day?

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On Sun, Feb 25, 2018 at 11:15 PM, Mark Hamburg <mhamburg.pub@gmail.com> wrote:
I have photographic evidence that International Live Looping Day occurred on Oct 21, 2006. Now, that said, what the day was was basically a recognition of the Santa Cruz looping festival by the mayor of Santa Cruz. So, that's why you don't hear much about it on any sort of regular basis. Rick Walker does deserve credit for the broad international range of performers he attracted and presumably continues to attract to the Santa Cruz festival.

Mark


On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 8:02 AM, Tyler Zahnke <programmer651@gmail.com> wrote:
I was just curious, I have a loopfest album from 2006, I believe it's
a recording from the Y2K6 loopfest, that mentions October 21 as
International Live Looping Day. However, this was apparently only
celebrated once; in 2006. What exactly is International Live Looping
Day? Did it only happen once, never to happen again? It seems like it
would have happened again in 2016, if the anniversary of Looper's
Delight is indeed the reason for its existence. But it appeared to
happen in 2006, and then it never happened again. Will you clarify
what Live Looping Day is and why it only happened once in history? I
almost asked this question in 2012 but I decided to wait to see if it
would happen in 2016, and it didn't, but now I'm remembering the
question.