On Thu, 28 Jul, 2005 at 12:31PM +0200, Burkhard Woelfel spake thus:
I like this idea. I can't help but hum and beatbox my way through
imaginary music, or even along with what I'm listening to, so this
would probably work OK for me.
When I wrote ATT, I'd spent all morning humming the bass and
beatboxing the beat, but I never thought of trying to translate from
that into the music in such a pure way. I actually sat there doing it
in slow motion and trying to work out what I was actually doing.
Which all seems strange, because I can work up a complex beat with my
mouth, but have trouble knowing exactly what it's made of.
Oh, and I'm being immodest calling what I do betaboxing - it's more
like rhythmical salivation, but the rhythm's there.
> BTW, nice to see all the music and collaboration efforts going. Good stuff!
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