Posted: January 6, 2011 by phanson in Tips & Tricks

Looping is a new art form and it’s here to stay, it allows you to do a gig all by yourself with little or no

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  1. Phil Stendek says:

    Thank you Paul for saying such wonderful things! Mentioning me in the same sentence as Rico Loop is quite a compliment. Also, I find your advice here to be absolutely essential. They are all lessons that took me forever to learn, but they are a big part of the reason I get consistent work. I often find myself dropping whole chord progressions of songs just to make them loop faster, and it pays off. I’d much rather have a song get assembled faster and keep the audiences’ attention then lose them because I want to put 4 part harmony and 6 part percussion on a song. Oh yeah, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

    • phanson says:

      Wow Phil, Thanks for the comment! I’ll never forget seeing you at the House of Blues or was it the hard Rock in Vegas? Umm, which ever I’ll never forget your show, you just blew me away, I’d never seen looping like that. You are awesome and that’s why you won the Boss US looping contest. Thanks for the tips I learned from you! It was also great to see you at Namm last weekend even though your pizza was cooling as we talked in LA sun.
      All the best!

  2. Bob Axford says:

    that’s a great write up. Thanks!

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