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Asleep Style
Oct 20, 2010



Working from home today. Gonna play some piano at lunch

e: trip report: it ruled

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Asleep Style
Oct 20, 2010



I've been playing piano for a few years and have recently been wanting a way to create my own backing tracks I can riff over. after some googling, I'm pretty confused about what my options are

ideally I'd like something where it's easy to create a simple loop and iterate on it. a standalone device feels like a better fit than software just because I don't have a dedicated computer for this and I'd prefer as little setup as possible each time. I'm open to changing my mind on this if software options are better

equipment wise at the moment I have a pretty nice digital piano (kawai es8). it was chosen to mimic an acoustic piano as closely as possible - even though I think it has built in tools to record and loop it has a limited set of sounds built in

any suggestions?

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