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de-bug.de review leploop

Some small-scale manufacturers of analogue hardware intitally go for a public-beta-test and leave the manuals out of the box when they send their devices to the distributers in order to see what they make of it.
In this case, the distributor found the box quite promising, but decided to leave the acid test to me: “Give it a go and then tell us how it works.

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Chris Carter LepLoop Experiment

Totally unaspected review of LepLoop by Chris Carter from Throbbing Gristle, publish on soundcloud an audio of experiment testing LepLoop.

I’ve used a lot of synths over the years but this one is something different… it’s a strange instrument. It’s small, much smaller than it appears in photos: it is part synth, part drum machine, part multi-track sequencer. I’m still figuring it all out but initial impressions are that it’s very unpredictable and slightly unstable… but in a good way.

The LepLoop will definitely become part of my CCCL experimental arsenal and will most likely get seconded into the upcoming Throbbing Gristle experimental sets in October/November 2010.

Chris Carter CCCL