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  • I guess we all have to find our own way there. And some projects will move differently because that is what is needed – by the project, not necessarily my conscious desires (seeing I try to never be the God of my music).

    Film Score, of course, tends to be pretty externally directed as the story and vision are already there. I can’t just say, “Oh…[Read more]

  • Whenever we start on a new creative piece, it seems to me that there are two main ways in which we begin the process.

    • Have a general concept in mind first, then fill in the content; or
    • Start writing/composing/drawing, then allow the concept or story to fall out as you go.

    I am more likely to have a concept that I want to write around in my…[Read more]

  • Yes, it proves what a mockery this whole modern genre obsession is.

    It is funny that there are some genre covers already that seek to say, it is ok that I like this song because it is now my genre.

    I like the song because it is honest and actually has some great things to say. The delivery is really good too.

  • Jane Stockwell replied to the topic Faux in Art in the forum General Discussion 6 months ago

    “Toss a coin to your Witcher” is a real surprise package. You can feel it, even though it’s really sung in the style of a bard with his lute.

  • What sets off normally rational people more, relic guitars or autotuned vox?

    I just answered this Q on Quora. I have to say the way the Q was phrased was the real reason I answered it as it is somewhat disturbing seeing it indicates that it is not rational to be upset a Faux Art. (BTW “relic guitars” are pre-damaged guitars like distressed…[Read more]


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