Subject: Re: Computer music Survey
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Fri Oct 01 2004 - 07:37:41 EDT
Eliot Handelman wrote:
> The music
> I was writing was not possible other than by computer and it was
> through this
> that I managed to reconceptualize my sense of the forces and dynamics
> that underly music.
this is true for me too. i'd been struggling through a long period of
writer's block - partly through clinical depression, but mostly through
not knowing how i wanted to express myself any more - i'd written myself
into corners in every direction.
i knew in my head what i wanted to hear but it wasnt until i wandered
into a studio that i realised that computers were the way i could do
it... and the only way i could hear the sounds that were in my head.
sampling opened up a world of sound that i could actually use - a world
that was unlimited - be it sampled from prior recordings, but mostly
from outdoor/indoor worlds.
-- 99% of aliens prefer Earth --Eminem
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