2012/6/24 Julien Claassen <julien(a)mail.upb.de>de>:
Hello Roberto and Robert! :-)
This was again an enjoyable read. At a few points I had the feeling, that
the last editing was done in greater hurry.
There might be some truth to that, Roberto is getting married soon he
told me, that might take up quite a chunk of his time I imagine ;)
And congratulations again Roberto! \\//
I also ad the feeling, that this
episode gave the appearance of being rather short.
It was interesting to get the guitarists view. the typical hands-on
experience. Though in a way, this is wrong, sicne Robert was engaged in
Muse. I didn't know that.
Oh, you didn't? I am though and has been for a very long time. :)
Not sure what you mean with it being wrong, I do work with MusE (and
develop to some extent) but I am a guitarist, I don't think musically
like a keyboard player, that's what I believe anyway.
It would have been nice to read a little more
about practicalities. Though I expect, that after a while, it might get
slightly repetitive in details, when people don't use some extraordinary
piece of software. :-)
Robert: I don't even remember, if I ever commented on either Timmar or
Kilva Av. I've listened to both of them again and found, that I enjoyed it
very much. I like the drum sound of timmar a lot.
It is really a very dirty sound but it works very well in that song.
Kliva Av's drums aren't
bad either, but somehow Timmar was more engaging that way. I do prefer the
guitars and the ORGAN :-) in Kliva Av. The singing too is wonderful. It has
a slight menace in the verses and a good driving ring in the chorus. Well, I
am a sucker for good funk. Ever snce my first encounter with Eddie Harris, I
loved good funk. Especially those areas of the genre, where it crosses
instruments and ideas with other genres and gets a little more substance to
Phew, thanks :)
Both of you: A nice job and a good read. It's
always enjoyable to readabout
other artists, how they use Linux. Even more interesting to me though: Just
how they think about music, approach their own creativity and where they
come from. The good old idle curiousity, that killed the cat. :-)
Indeed, it's good to get different perspectives, we all try to make
music but the approach varies enormously.