kyleklip at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 06:50:31 CET 2007
I can see how what I said may have been interpreted as being against
the discussion, which I'm not. This list is a place for all sorts of
dorkiness and that's fine.
I suppose my comment was leakage of some of my thoughts about my own
musical production and how ultimately burned-out I've become from
over-intellectualized sound design. My main concern is that when
people get so far into "mathematizing" music there is an emotional
connection that is severed and everything sounds like it was made by
Nothing against brainy music, but it just seems that there's sometimes
too much head and not enough heart in the computer music scene.
On Nov 20, 2007 7:33 PM, Chris McCormick <chris at mccormick.cx> wrote:
> > Of course, if you want to be bitter and elitist and feel that the
> > audience needs to take a complex analysis class to 'get' your
> > music...
> Just because you are not interested in the conversation, or don't
> understand it, doesn't mean that other people aren't interested, or
> that those speaking are trying to be 'elitist'. I really think you are
> imposing your own feelings onto a discussion between two other people. I
> think that what Matju and Chuck were discussing was very much on topic,
> and was quite interesting.
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