Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a good thing...

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Date: Thursday, November 4, 2010 - 3:13 pm

On Thursday 04 November 2010 10:43:12 you wrote:

I don't agree with this but let's remove even that and give them a personal
recorder and a secretary to transcribe what they have written. So, the pencil
mastery is no longer needed.

> but also the words and sentence

But this is more parallel to the music side of things and not the mastery of
the instrument side of things surely?

> My 8-year old daughter will attest to the difficulty

Well, my son had enough facility with the crayon to make letters from a very
early age.

And again, isn't the rest more on the music side of things as I mention above?

>

Indeed.

And yet I think we often have a fear of this and think it might give someone a
mastery over the other side. It is as if e fear excellent voice recognition
software will let anyone write the next great novel. Probably mostly when we
are not thinking clearly but the fear seems to find expression often enough.

all the best,

drew
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Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a..., drew Roberts, (Thu Nov 4, 3:13 pm)
Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a..., Leonardo Palomares, (Thu Nov 4, 7:37 pm)
Re: [LAU] The democratization on music might not always be a..., Giuseppe Zompatori, (Wed Nov 3, 5:59 pm)