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Not only artists: Could there be anything more uninteresting than articles written by journalists about other journalists?Originally posted by dai bread:
He'll hear me say it as well.
Artists in all genres have been navel-gazing for far too long.
One positive feature of many modern (eg minimalist) compositions is that they are short...
<small>[ 11-30-2005, 12:34 AM: Message edited by: DavidS ]</small>
BigJon@Work wrote:Nope, not even with the black keys. I can get the first three notes, then what I hear in my head just veers wildly from what is available on the keyboard. The closest thing I've ever heard to it is when an avant guard drummer was playing a pair of large drums that he could instantaneously change the tone with foot pedals. The music he played had subtle tonal shifts in that were quite intriguing to listen to. He was masterful, I wish I could remember who he was. I saw him years ago on a PBS special.
Yes, tell me more about microtonal. Is there a computer program I could use to program in a microtonal tune and listen to it?
I've found myself really drawn at times to music that uses alternate (non-western) scales. Dunno if that is related.
On another, but possibly related, topic, I know that some chords can have a perceived note that is different from any of the notes that are played. How do you work backwards to achieve that effect?
bignaf wrote:that won't be necesarry, I just had work to do. I still have. I'll probably answer sat. night, or Sun.
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