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Other websites like Wikiloops?

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I found Wikiloops early this year while searching for such a website. I had a cheap interface my wife bought me years ago when I had a Windows 8 laptop that it wouldn't work with or more accurately the Cubebase software it came with wouldn't work with. I stuck it in a closet and it sat there for several years. I was bored to death with jamming with looper pedals and was blown away by what I found here. It motivated me to get that interface working and learn how to use a DAW. It's been an amazing learning experience for me. There's such a diverse community of amazing musicians here and they are all great people too. That's unheard of today. Social media is full of trolls and jackasses so I don't bother with that. This is my home now. I spent time searching the wiki vault when I first signed up and put a bunch of tracks I was interested in my playlist for slow periods. There hasn't been much of that. :D Some of the tunes are really cool though so I've recently gone back to jam with a few. I was jamming with a nice Zep/Black Crows style tune this morning. This place rocks! <3
Edited by Riffraff on September 15 2021 12:52
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