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Started by CMA, February 12, 2007, 03:48:49 am

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February 12, 2007, 03:48:49 am Last Edit: February 12, 2007, 03:52:18 am by Chris_Moss

my acid perfomance  of the K545 with 2 tb-303\'s is on there as a example of a tb-303 unit.



well HOT DAMN!  hooray for you!!!  :-*

image = <i>"Blue Velvet"</i> (front of 2-sided piece) (c) georgia k griffin - all rights reserved



Looks like its vandalisin\' time  :D


Checked out your myspace page.

Great music!  :)


"As I perceive it, the main reason that people ask questions concerned with the personality of a composer is to try to form some sort of background against which the music may be contextualised. It may be the case that a musician\'s state of mind at a given time will have fed into the work. The problem is that in this domain we are in danger of conducting a science so soft as to be formless. This, at least in the context of publicity, is what constitutes the lack of incentive for me to bother starting even some sort of sketch. The links from personality to music-making are there for sure, but to make sense of them will require more than anecdotal descriptions of states of mind and folk psychology - something like a "phenomenology of music". In lieu of a proper understanding, the music media seems very ready to generate hype and intrigue around musicians, based on the more sensational details of a musician\'s life.

Indeed, it seems to me that a proper understanding may not even be desirable for most listeners. This relates to the uncanny aspect of music to transform the listener\'s state of mind. To establish some sort of deeper understanding as to what happens when our moods are transformed by music may in some way be seen as a threat to the elemental enjoyment of music. It may be said that it debases musical experience to try to reduce it to theories. Yet all folk interpretation of music apes proper theory, however inaccurately"