Subject: electroacoustics - rap to tap
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Wed Jun 30 2004 - 07:36:01 EDT
hello (cc: dear Professor Austin)
would i be correct in writing th following :
Professor K. Austin might say that all recorded music (from rap to tap -
electroacoustic to popular rock)
is electroacoustic as are mics / boxes / boards and is conducted o'er
great dis-tances via telephone poles . . . ;-) ...
therefore we must continue to differentiate between
electroacoustics and electroacoustic music ?
are they all electroacoustic music
as they use electroacoustics ?
we don't write music after rap / pop / tap as much as we do
how many of you would concur with Professor Austin in a kind of
'Thoreauivian Concord ' or at least some such 'musical' derivation ?
ps mr in a daze asks most insight full questions. i look forward to
hearing his e-book :-) i am learning lots and th musical joy & jokes of
th conference is evident and good for th soul .. well and then there's
th spam ... if it is perceived as spam ... if a rose is a rose is a rose
is a rose is spam spam spam spam by any other words to read scan trash
delete in random earnst ?
thanks for info / insights . . .
best regards, sylvi macCormac (murphy's cousin)
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