On Thu, 4 Nov 2010 13:26:07 -0400
drew Roberts wrote:
> On Thursday 04 November 2010 12:24:32 you wrote:
It should actually read:
"[...] with no skills to create music other than [...]"
Sure, although I can't confirm the poster's comments, there was an
interesting blurb about Irving Berlin in a previous email.
Well, not to be critical, but without the latter (instrument skills /
abilities / talent ) -- in particular, instrument skills -- it would be
impossible to "make" any music at all. One could create music and have
it rendered without those skills regardless if it is decent or not,
which I think is actually the crux of this discussion. But then the
whole can or worms about what "decent" is approaches and I'll
gracefully bow out of that one.
I'd be first in line to buy it ...
not touching that one ... one man's garbage is another man's
treasure // bowing out gracefully ;-) //
> Was it created completely randomly and automatically and the first
Are you referring to the automated creation of music as implied (or
hinted) at by the original thread because all of those statements above
can be equally applied to a traditional, pen/paper composer as well.
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