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well, first off Go to the Tom Freedman show in NYC at the new museum and see
the sculptural form of micro sound.. (and I feel that is very accurate).
I make instruments (max patches) and then play them, then edit the out put.
Sounds simple, but a lot of steps happen in the meantime... The act of
playing is very important to me. I love to improvise... and I want to push
that as far as it will take me. I need to be exploring when I work or else I
get board.... also working with the computer in an isolated environment is a
little like listing wile working, so it is very important for me to really
like what I do. . . to think that if I herd it in a different environment I
would run out and buy the CD or 12" (the 12" is happening very soon check in
at reodjectz.com to find out when). . .
.. . . and the editing. . . well no one is perfect. . .(not that I'm close,
but ever once in a while I make shit that even I don't want to hear. . )
BTW I think that this is the least aggressive thing I've ever put on the
list. . . hugs and kisses to all.
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