On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 11:02:54PM +0200, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
> Another thing is that musicians are getting more and more lazy (well,
At which point it will become completely irrelevant. The easier
it becomes to produce something, the more there will be of it
and the less it will be interesting. And there is a secondary
effect: the more something is _perceived_ to be easy, the less
budget for doing it will be available. That applies to science
and technology as well as music.
Nothing new here. When I was working for BRT (Belgian public
broadcasting) they still had their own orchestra (and choir,
and big band, and jazz orchestra). I remember one politician
member of the administrative council saying: "20 violinists ?
Can't they be replaced by a synthesizer ?", and that was not
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