Sorry to butt in, but have you checked out the Samson EX-30? I bought one and it's sweet. Check it out at AMS.
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From: <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>Chris Chovit
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 12:54 PM
Subject: battery powered setup (question for papa dave)
What kind of amp/speaker setup are you using for your portable setup. I was looking at the cambridge Sound Works DC system ($380), with tthe subwoofer in the suitcase....but was also considering taking the car stereo route. I am concerened that the speakers won;t be rugged enough for outdoor use, but if you take your setup to Burning Man, it must be pretty rugged. Any details would be appreciated.
Mostly guitar for me but also keyboard, drums, trumpet, mandolin, banjo, toys, whistles, fart cussion................... many stuffed animals have cool sounds in them, most people throw them away when the sound stops....I found a cool one yesterday at Grey Bears recycling center... I felt the teddy bear and it had wiring inside and a battery holder...I bought it for 50 cents and put batteries in it....it has cool sounds of a quiet night...sleep sounds...very beautiful and magical.... I collect anything that makes a cool or weird or funny sound and I loop it all....Anything that makes sounds can be used to paint and juggle....I have a portable rig that's all battery powered that I use at the Beach or at Burning Man or the wilderness......Om and Out Papa Dave
>From: "mike morris"
>Subject: Unidentified subject!
>Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 13:46:24 -0000
>i was wondering what kinds of instruments are being looped by the
>this group. there are certainly lots of guitar players that are
>we definitely know about dj's...
>im interested to know what other instruments are being looped out
>there...especially individually created instruments.
>i am doing loops with a malletkat(midi marimba), synthesizers,
>so what else is going on out there?
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