Re: Methods of Creation / Setup


Subject: Re: Methods of Creation / Setup
andre_mc@alcor.concordia.ca
Date: Sun Sep 18 2005 - 12:11:17 EDT


Perhaps listening would be a good place to start?

you seem to be asking question that are directed towards a final result, you
want to know how to get there which is a good tangent to follow but at some
level it doesn't mean anything. All the talk of work flow and process are good,
but what is your intent? what are you striving for....what do you like
listening
to.... for what reason, following this, along with your self directed study of
dsp might be a good idea, simply mastering the dsp alone isn't going lead
anywhere meaningful (IMO) .... Neds comments still hold true .... find out what
the internal meaning is (or might be) or at least search for it and eventually
you might find asome clue as to the other questions.... how and where?

best andrew

Quoting Morgan Sutherland <skiptracer@gmail.com>:

> Seeing as I'm going to be embarking on this music journey (for those
> not in the know, I'm taking a self directed class at school focusing
> on DSP processing) I'm going to have to make some decisions.
>
> For a good part of the year I'll probably be spending time reading The
> Computer Music Tutorial and playing around with Soundhack and
> Argeiphontes Lyre and other similar software, but eventually I'm going
> to have to start actually making some music. This poses the question,
> how will I do it? What will my work flow look like? What will be the
> source of my audio?
>
> My setup has never been oriented towards electoacoustic music, so it
> would be helpful to me if you offered some ideas. What is your setup
> like? Your work flow? What equipment do you use. What would you
> recommend.
>
> There's always the possibility that I could just do what feels
> natural, or try a number of things and pick the one I like the most.
>
> Gracias.
>

-- 
Andrew McCallum
almaudio@videotron.ca



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