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To: drew Roberts <zotz@...>
Cc: Linux Audio User <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Friday, February 15, 2013 - 3:12 pm

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On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 11:19 PM, drew Roberts wrote:

> On Thursday 14 February 2013 19:25:22 michael noble wrote:

If I had anything released in that sense you'd be welcome to it. Most of
what I do is live. The few recordings I have on soundcloud are just rough
live recordings from jams or improv shows. You are welcome to my puredata
patches I use for sequencing if that interests you.

I occasionally have an impulse to produce a recorded product for general
consumption but it doesn't interest me that much. I do enjoy the studio as
an instrument, as Eno puts it, but stereo recordings as artistic objects
lend themselves readily to misappropriation, and exposure to a potentially
unwilling public via portable stereo systems, as many have pointed out in
this discussion. The stereo system has become ubiquitous and to a certain
extent, I find it an unimaginative engagement with technology and sound. An
obvious exception for me might be something like generative apps which
process live inputs, like rjdj. In an age where stereo recordings can be so
easily reproduced, I think as creative artists we can do so much better
that producing stereo recordings. We want to talk about freedom, then why
not try unshackling ourselves from this system of distribution that is so
closely tied to the history of copyright and will be so for many many years
to come. Why not release everything in Ambisonic B-format, for example, a
patent-unencumbered surround format? But who knows, maybe next week I'll
change my mind and release a stereo recording. After all, I suppose that is
my right and my freedom.

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On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 11:19 PM, drew Roberts <zotz@100=
jamz.com
> wrote:
On Thursday 14 February =
2013 19:25:22 michael noble wrote:

> On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 6:44 AM, Louigi Verona
<louigi.verona@gmail.com&=
gt;wrote:

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I release my stuff BY-SA and GPL. I don't want you to ask a=
bout that stuff.
Send me a link to what you have done if you like. I do like being surprised=

at how different things people do can be to what I had originally conceived=
.

Plus, permssion does not scale. It is monopoly firendly, not Freedom friend=
ly
in a netwroked world.

all the best,

drew
If I had anything released in that sense you'd be welcome=
to it. Most of what I do is live. The few recordings I have on soundcloud =
are just rough live recordings from jams or improv shows.=A0You are welcome=
to my puredata patches I use for sequencing if that interests you.=A0=A0
I occasionally have an impulse to produce a=
recorded product for general consumption but it doesn't interest me th=
at much. I do enjoy the studio as an instrument, as Eno puts it, but stereo=
recordings as artistic objects lend themselves readily to misappropriation=
, and exposure to a potentially unwilling public via portable stereo system=
s, as many have pointed out in this discussion. The stereo system has becom=
e ubiquitous=A0and to a certain extent, I find it an unimaginative engageme=
nt with technology and sound. An obvious exception for me might be somethin=
g like generative apps which process live inputs, like rjdj. In an age wher=
e stereo recordings can be so easily reproduced, I think as creative artist=
s we can do so much better that producing stereo recordings. We want to tal=
k about freedom, then why not try unshackling ourselves from this system of=
distribution that is so closely tied to the history of copyright and will =
be so for many many years to come. Why not release everything in Ambisonic =
B-format, for example, a patent-unencumbered surround format? But who knows=
, maybe next week I'll change my mind and release a stereo recording. A=
fter all, I suppose that is my right and my freedom.

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Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, James Harkins, (Thu Feb 14, 2:28 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, drew Roberts, (Sun Feb 17, 10:13 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Louigi Verona, (Thu Feb 14, 9:44 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, michael noble, (Fri Feb 15, 12:25 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, drew Roberts, (Fri Feb 15, 2:19 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, michael noble, (Fri Feb 15, 3:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Rustom Mody, (Fri Feb 15, 5:06 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Louigi Verona, (Fri Feb 15, 6:58 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, michael noble, (Fri Feb 15, 9:04 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, drew Roberts, (Fri Feb 15, 2:35 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, michael noble, (Fri Feb 15, 3:18 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, drew Roberts, (Sun Feb 17, 11:01 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Louigi Verona, (Fri Feb 15, 10:43 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Louigi Verona, (Fri Feb 15, 10:44 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Simon Wise, (Fri Feb 15, 7:42 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Louigi Verona, (Fri Feb 15, 7:45 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Al Thompson, (Fri Feb 15, 7:13 am)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, drew Roberts, (Sun Feb 17, 10:26 pm)
Re: [LAU] Changed: Copyright laws and such, Louigi Verona, (Fri Feb 15, 7:31 am)