Re: (More) Cool sounds from outer space!/databending


Subject: Re: (More) Cool sounds from outer space!/databending
From: jmmmp (jmmmpl@netcabo.pt)
Date: Mon Aug 01 2005 - 13:54:57 EDT


there are certainly always interesting results and sometimes quite
exciting moments. but it leaves a bitter taste when in the next you think
about it and you realise that they don't integrate completely with the
work, or that the quantity of information is so high that it isn't
possible to actually compose something with it. (at least that's my
desappointment with this MO)

joao

>>>> to arouse curiosity through something alien.
> it's like playing listening roullette (just keep
> playing until you win,
> even though you don't can't have a grip on the
> process).
>
> there's something interesting in that though, don't
> you think? i'm not opposed to composing every detail
> and have done several pieces like that of course...but
> i get lots of satisfaction out of arranging and
> combining swaths of material
> -generated/found/created by unconscious means (meaning
> not just my unconcious, but mostly just NOT
> consciously from 'me' if that makes sense)...



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