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Re: It's that time again! 2005 Biennial Looper's Survey
on 11/24/05 5:36 PM, William Walker at email@example.com wrote:
Hi Bill-great trick...
only seen it done by David Gilmour on his live dvd 'in concert'.
he is playing 'shine on you crazy diamond' solo acoustic and for the solos
he would swell in a chord w/ a volped and that goes to a long delay(which
eventually does fades out) and he would play single notes over the
chord...it sounds really pristine and cool.
dont know if what he is doing is really looping 'cause its in 'delay'
> I have recently discovered some new tricks for the hold delay function on
> the Vox Tonelab floorboard. Because this is truly a hold delay...
> out there tried this with an EDP, Repeater DL4, etc?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Doug Cox [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 7:33 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: It's that time again! 2005 Biennial Looper's Survey
> Hey Loopers - Happy Thanksgiving to you all.
> In November of 2003, we did a survey of the LD list members to find out
> what devices they were using for live looping. It was very informal and
> pretty disorganized (I think I still have a headache...), but I tallied
> the results into a spreadsheet and posted a PDF version of those results
> in the Looper's Delight File Library
> It's now two years later, and I figured it might be time to try it
> again. This time, we won't clutter up the list (or my brain!) with the
> responses, but instead I'm preparing an online survey form to capture
> them. The survey will be anonymous (unlike 2 years ago), but the form
> once per computer - but what would really be the point in trying to
> screw with this survey? :)
> I'll host the survey, and I give my personal assurances that the data
> written/read by the cookies will only be used to block multiple
> submissions. I will NOT provide this information to anyone else, and
> cannot see the contents of your cookie myself.
> I've started to prepare the form with the following loopers listed (see
> bottom). I'll take any suggested additions into the list until
> Saturday. At that point, I'll post the survey and leave it open for
> about a month so that we get the maximum number of respondents.
> You won't be able to "write in" a looper once I post the survey. I will
> continue to take offline (emailed) requests for off-list loopers after
> the survey starts, but I will have to add them to the results manually
> at the end of the survey. So please - take a look at this list and ask
> me to add anything YOU are using as a looper that is not represented.
> Part of the fun of this survey is to see what other unusual devices are
> being used.
> Finally - last year we had some confusion about what to include in the
> inventory. Some folks were posting gear that they used for loop
> *mangling* or pre/post loop effecting. There was also some confusion
> about "samplers" vs. "live loopers". I propose that:
> - we do NOT try to inventory effects devices used for per/post loop
> - we do NOT try to inventory units used to playback prerecorded loops or
> Instead, if those things are of interest to others, we can start a new
> thread and post them - or perhaps I can setup another survey in the
> (distant) future to capture that data.
> Here's the list - let me know what needs to be added:
> *Echoplex Digital Pro
> Electrix Repeater
> Line 6 DL-4
> Lexicon Jamman
> Digitech Jamman
> Kaoss Pad I or II
> Ableton Live
> Boomerang (Orig or Plus)
> Akai Headrush
> Boss RC-20 (or RC-20XL)
> Lexicon Vortex
> Line 6 Echo Pro (Rack)
> Zoom 2100
> Lexicon PCM42 or PCM70 or other
> Boss DD-3, 5 or 6
> Boss DD-20
> Boss GT-3, 5, 6 or 8
> Digitech RDS 7.6 (or similar, incl PDS series)
> Max MSP
> Native Instruments Reaktor
> Sonic Foundry Acid
> ZVEX Lofi Loop Junky
> Lexicon MPX G2
> Digitech 2120 or 2112
> Eventide Orville, Eclipse (or other)
> Roland VG8 or VG88
> Roland GP100 (or similar)
> Augustus Loop
> Electro Harmonix 16 Second Delay (new or reissue)
> Maneco Looper (any type)
> Digitech GNX (any)
> TC Electronic 2290 Delay
> DJRND3 (or C-Loops or Peavey Grabber)
> TC Electronic D-Two Delay
> Akai Samplers (any)
> Roland Samplers (any)
> Yamaha Samplers (any)
> Maestro, Roland, Guyatone, etc Tape Echo machine