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RE: Dangerous (learning) curves (was Fast & Trashy, Slow and Chaste)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Per Boysen [mailto:per@boysen.se]
> Sent: Friday, August 15, 2003 9:49 AM
> To: 'Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com'
> Subject: RE: Dangerous (learning) curves (was Fast & Trashy, 
> Slow and Chaste)
> From: Paolo Valladolid [mailto:paolovalladolid@yahoo.com]
> I have enough gear to perform, but what to do with it is the
> problem.  One of the performers at the Red Room on my first 
> visit was Hans Tammen.  He uses a MIDI guitar to communicate 
> with a Max/MSP patch running on his laptop - pretty much the 
> same thing I was going to do.  On top of that, he's so much 
> more skilled at it ;), both with respect to guitar chops and 
> computer/Max/MSP chops.
> --------------------
> To be "skilled" in using a certain performer set-up does not
> have to mean the same thing as "creating something 
> interesting". Quite often the audience experience 
> performances different than the performer things ;-). 

Oops! The msg went away when I typed "Ctrl V" before I got the time to
sign it. I was just going to say that the listeners might not be sitting
there "comparing chops". Chances are they are more interested in what
they are hearing and watching.

All the best

Per Boysen