[linux-audio-user] Re: Things people do to look cool
nscheer at gmail.com
Sun Dec 24 11:00:21 EST 2006
"The tools you use to make your music affect the way you make it, so
affect your music."
Oh yes, I agree--the process should encourage and enhance, but never dictate
or let the musician fall back on pre-programmed formulas. However, the
listener should only hear music, not the tools themselves.
"You can't analyse all the parameters that affect your spirit, just be
conscious the you are not a numeric working machine and not close like
a chip to your envirronment."
Not 100% certain what you mean, but I *think* it reflects my feelings.
On 12/24/06, David Causse <nomoa at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 23, 2006 at 07:02:17PM -0800, Nick Scheer wrote:
> > Whoah. Have you considered switching to decaf?
> > ;)
> > Seriously, I make music on Linux because I like Linux/FOSS, and I like
> > to make music. I also love having access to great FREE tools, even if
> > I have to work a little harder to put it all together.
> > I personally don't feel that the tools used to create are all that
> > relevant to someone listening to the finished product.
> Try to see the question with another point of view.
> The tools you use to make your music affect the way you make it, so
> affect your music.
> You can't analyse all the parameters that affect your spirit, just be
> conscious the you are not a numeric working machine and not close like
> a chip to your envirronment.
> my 2 bits
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