On Wednesday 21 December 2005 13:08, Rob wrote:
you seem to think we don't need the traditional notation system anymore.
you also seem to think it is old and unnecessary in the computer era
(by your repeated reference to it being an eighteen century system).
and i think you feel quite subjective about it ("if i were a band...
leader i'd be different), as though you admit it's just your opinion.
well, i don't think so. i don't *think* you are right. i am absolutely
*sure* you are right. and i don't *feel* "subjective". i *am*
also, it is not a matter of personal opinion (like in "i am hungry,
imho"). it's a *fact*. we actually *have* evolved in the last two
centuries. and this is *obvious*.
so if you are interested in some sort of reformation of the traditional
musical notation system (which is clearly obsolete -- should i add
inhuman? -- and ignores that we live in the twenty-first century), then
you may consider the following link: http://www.mnma.org/
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