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Friday, December 21, 2007
  Hello from up north

It's been a busy month! Since late November I've been in Dundee, Scotland most of the time, playing in the Dundee Rep's production of Jack and the Beanstalk. It's a panto, which for me is a totally new experience. Non-British readers can learn about panto here. It's a rather silly form in some ways, with lots of audience participation and cheesy jokes, but this production has very good acting and amazing sets and great original music by John Harris. I'm playing piano, guitar, bass, trumpet, and controlling samples and such with my laptop.

In my spare time I've been working on the Wii Loop Machine, of course, and I'm happy to report that things are going well. I'm also happy to announce that I am now an EPIS scholar, which means that I have official support from the University of Edinburgh to develop the Wii Loop Machine, and once this show has finished I will be working on my Wii projects full time.

All of this means that my release date for version 2.0 has been pushed to January. Starting in a few weeks I hope to post videos and screenshots of the software in action! I'm hugely excited to get back at it. Thanks to everyone for your continued support and patience!
can't wait, i've been doing some awesome stuff with the older software...i hope to have it up, and show you/ add you on a new myspace page soon...your program has revolutionized my playing!
Ca fait plaisir de voir que la pantomime existe et est bien vivante. il faudrait la reintroduire en France et l'apporter aux USA.

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