Subject: Re: future of music essays
From: Ned Bouhalassa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 17 2005 - 22:42:33 EDT
I wrote formulaic, almost robot-made music, not algorithmic
composition. The form of many of top 40 pieces is identical, and the
chord progressions are from a tried-and-true mold, right?
PS: You conside that Celine Dion's music is 'good'? ;-)
On 18-Apr-05, at 12:42 AM, Eliot Handelman wrote:
> Ned Bouhalassa wrote:
>> A q
>> There's formulaic, almost robot-made music today. Just listen to most
>> of the top 40. You don't have to pay attention, if you need something
>> more challenging. It's not 'taking' over, if you don't care for it
>> (except in many clothes stores, drug store, etc, where you don't have
>> a choice).
> Well I don't know what you're thinking of, Ned, but I've never heard
> anything out of shopping center etc. music that
> sounded to me as though anyone would know how to get a program to do
> it. I've never heard computer music as
> good as a Celine Dionne sp? hit.
> -- eliot
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