Ken Restivo wrote:
> Never ceases to amaze me how the stuff I dash off in 20 minutes as an
It's called flow :-)
Seriously, you're an improvising musician, and shouldn't be surprised
that the more you compose under the same premises (no going back, first
idea makes it), the more it's gonna feel natural to the listener.
I try to compose as fast as possible. Then I listen to the result,
sometimes for weeks, mostly just the next day, and rework parts that for
some reason doesn't work. I also have no problem with throwing an entire
composition away, I'd rather do that than sit and stare at the paper.
There's always another composition to work on.
What you (and I, so I should say "we") should really wonder, is which
piece of audio software under linux *really* supports this way of
working. Besides freewheelin (which only works with certain types of
music), I can't really think of any :-(
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