swa528 / Scott Albers
Loops are not for wimps. Would anyone be interested in debating this? I've wondered if there is an unspoken stigma to stating in the credits for a song/album that a song contains loops. My opinion: When I hear a loop that sparks a thought/emotion/vibe, I react the same way as if another musician in the room just played a riff/motif/idea that sparked an idea so I ask them if they would repeat it. So if you develop a song around a loop, that simply means you are thinking as a musician and can hear like a producer/director/the 'Mutt Lange'. By debate, I don't mean anything snarky or disrespectful. Just curious.