• 1st & 2nd,  WEBSITE

    THIS IS MY 3RD BLOG POST 7/7/24

    7/7/24   I think the best thing is to go ahead and engage the listener in the music. Choose music that’s obscure and unfamiliar, but still worth listening to—maybe even compose some original music. After all, the ultimate goal is for the listener to come away from the demo thinking “I could use that to make my own music.” By choosing something unfamiliar, you’re less likely to lose the listener in humming along, but you’ll still leave him/her with the idea that your synth can be used to make real music, and that’s exactly what you want them to think.

  • 1st & 2nd,  WORDPRESS

    THIS IS MY 2ND BLOG POST 7/7/24

    7/7/24 It’s possible for a written word (such as “lorem”) to be content-less because a written word is simply a string of characters, and strings of characters by themselves don’t have meaning unless they are placed within the context of a language. The content of a written word isn’t the string of characters of which it’s comprised, it’s the meaning imparted to that string of characters by the language. For example, the string of characters “hablar” has no meaning until placed in the context of the Spanish language—if you don’t speak any Spanish, “hablar” has as much content as “lorem”. But in music, the sound itself is the content. How…