The Contemporary Classical Composer’s Bullshit Generator
My most personal mechanism always features strongly in any of my quartal compositions. I was first introduced to the concept of ‘eclecticly-Stockhausenesque orchestration-illusions’ last year, and it has allowed me a greater depth of installations, especially whilst developing the ultimate mechanism. My goal, in essence, is to layer musical recordings. My latest composition explores the boundaries between sounds and conflicts, whilst utilising a highly apparent attitude to a traditional, periodic sculpture. I am very much influenced by the idea of contextualising theoretical intricacies, particularly whilst combined with a highly tonal approach to meanings. The fact that tessituras tend to (at least in their repetitive state), textually compose, even in the presence of a strong material, is, you will agree, patently absurd.
It took me a long time to develop my ear a balance of both is a way to Work Smart and learn smart use whats there but aim for this ( one of the best lessons on You tube this)
Bill Edwards Fret Board Logic and Michael Lydon Six Swinginbg Strings and Ralph Denyer Guitar Hand Book and the guitar for dummies Series.
Two of the greats of You Tube Justin Sanderscoe and Andrew Wasson.
Whatever works for you but Cotton wool in the ears isn’t likely to assist at least at the beginning. Beethoven only went deaf later.
If you can afford to spend a little time with a Teacher then great if not seek out someone further down the line than you and steal their Licks ( people have been doing that longer than the record industry has existed
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Have down-changed in the vernacular to a more ascetic and creative family life having retired from a successful business career as a property developer.
Now living in Sweden where I have been pursuing an autodidactic study program of philosophy, music and digital signal processing for nearly 6 years now.
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