Love the images.
I have always been fascinated by steps, doors, surfaces, tools, etc that have seen years or decades of use. An imperceptably slow process that cannot be replicated any other way. I recall the steps in my elementary school were some sort of stone and were worn and cupped from use since 1917. Torn down and replaced in the 90s.
Un-synced loops- ya not a feature I recall before.
That’s beautiful work..! I love the way the visual and audible textures seem to influence the perception. Unsynched loops are the best feature of the RC300 I wish more loopers had this capability..
On Mar 8, 2018, at 12:30, Robert Collier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Nice to see the list perk up a bit recently.
I have been photographing the worktable surfaces in a printshop and put together a photo album.
I made slide show and added a drone track.
Basically 3 short unsynced guitar loops on an RC300.
Best viewed on a large monitor rather than phone.
or if preferred