Tag Archives: Process

Musical Motifs

My musical focus, lately, has been on trying to compose melodic motifs or fragments, in an improvisational setting, that have some beauty to them.  It’s very easy to simply roll out all the licks you’ve learned, or to doggedly stick … Continue reading

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Prescribed Process versus Personal Commitment

There’s no easy way to say this.  Most Western companies that make things make trash.  It’s not up to standard.  Much of it is breakable, worthless, prematurely-obsolescent junk.  Don’t believe me?  As a trivial example, compare and contrast the glossy, … Continue reading

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Overcoming Indecision in Music Production

Through a series of sheer miracles, lately I am spending a lot of my day producing music.  I love producing music.  I should always have been a music producer from the beginning, but I started in earnest very late.  That’s … Continue reading

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Success through Visualizing the Process

While cleaning out the backlog of email I get sent, I watched something interesting today: http://www.rapidnlp.com/nlp-success-hacks-webinar/?awt_l=Id3YQ&awt_m=3hAFmmQ61qX8Iva It’s a long video, a bit slow in places and takes some time out to make a blatant sales pitch, but there is also … Continue reading

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Is Software Development an Art or a Science?

Software development is thought of as an industrial process, where interchangeable, commodity programmers are set to work and so long as they follow the process, the best software emerges.  If you need more or better software, you just yell at … Continue reading

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