Tag Archives: music composition

Music as Analogue for Life

I’m reading a very interesting book at the moment; a Christmas gift.  It’s a book that speculates on the nature and occurrence of intelligent life in the universe.  Essentially, it is an examination of the Fermi paradox:  if intelligent life … Continue reading

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Putting the Passion In

I saw something very interesting on twitter, the other day.  It was a video, posted by an accomplished cello player.  It was interesting because of what it stood for. The popular “Game of Thrones” series, made by HBO, has a … Continue reading

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Everybody’s a Composer

When you start to spend your time concentrating on music composition and production, you begin to notice things you previously didn’t see at all.  For example, it seems to me that everywhere you look, these days, there’s another film and … Continue reading

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Un-sticking Yourself, When Stuck

Sometimes, when you’re trying to write, paint, write a song or record and produce music (or during thousands of other creative pursuits) you’re going to get stuck.  You’re going to grind to an utter halt, without a clue about how … Continue reading

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