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Re: Looping with other musicians, new tools=new results

Two reasons: virtually all of the musicians I've worked with have 
little to no interest in adjusting what they do to accommodate looping 
technology, and even when they did we couldn't ensure that we had 
adequate technical support for the monitoring required.  Some people 
"get it", some don't, and some people "get it" but know that they don't 
want anything to do with it.

I still run into people that look at a Steinberger and say "What's up 
with the shitty plastic guitar?  Why don't you play something with some 
vintage warmth?"


On Saturday, August 30, 2003, at 05:32 AM, 
Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com wrote:

>>>> "If you're playing with other musicians, and the collective tempo
> shifts, and you've already recorded a loop with tempo-dependent
> information, then I don't see how you can "adjust" the loop. "<<<
> So why try? why not adjust the musicians? When it comes to playing 
> along
> with Loops, some people 'get it', some people don't.