Tag Archives: Excitement

Art, Pleasure and Desire

What do art, flirtation, affirmation, sex and erotic desire have in common? Does what they have in common illuminate the hearts and souls of artists, or delineate their values and what they think is sacred and fundamental about humanity? Can … Continue reading

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Mixing as a Performance; Music as an Experience

I’m old enough to have tried to mix a sixteen track tape down to stereo, without mixing desk automation, having abused the tracks on my multi-track tape to cram more than sixteen instruments into my song, by the simple expedient … Continue reading

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Getting a Great Performance

Project studios that allow ordinary musicians to produce demos and even finished tracks, to a very high technical standard, are now within the reach of many self-financed artists and bands, these days.  Sadly, the expected wave of new and interesting … Continue reading

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Why I Hate Books

This isn’t quite true.  I love books.  Books are wonderful sources of ideas.  Books inspire me.  The problem with books is that they used to be a way to send me to sleep.  I would curl up with a good … Continue reading

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