On Wed, 2011-06-08 at 00:22 +0100, Folderol wrote:
It's about time in general, e.g. "in life-threatening situations, time
seems to slow down" ... e.g. somebody doing a suicide by throwing
himself in front of a train, then it's very probably that he will
discern time much slower, this is to enable humans in other situations
to safe life. For some highly gifted people, Asperger and others similar
happens in normal life very often. I'm such a person, but this anyway
has nothing to do with the machine jitter. I guess I don't need to read
the whole text, because this is one of the things I occupied with a lot.
I guess a lot of people have a completely wrong imagination about who
I'm and what I'm thinking etc..
Again, I never claimed that a pleasant timing with syncopation for me is
a bad timing, I'm referring to recordings of MIDI tracks for the rhythm
section, by recoding one instrument after the other, so that each
instrument will have different jitter, without being coloured by the
emotions a human has got. This is a completely different topic.
E.g. the Haas effect is a rule that is true, but also has nothing to do
with this topic.
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