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Re: [microsound] Make your own vinyl

well, they could... provided they are sampled, treated, and
recontextualized digitally.

regardless of the source material (in the case of bagpipes and acoustic
guitars) or the end media (in the case of analogue vinyl), the aesthetic
advancement and Future of all immaterial art (particularly audio and visual
art) resides in computer and digital technology. period.


"Mr.D" wrote:

> Why not?
> On May 31, 2005, at 1:51 PM, graham miller wrote:
> > the acoustic guitar and the bagpipes will never stop being made
> > either so
> > long as there's summer camp and haggis potlucks, but that doesn't mean
> > they are relevant to the Future of music.
> >
> >
> >
> > "Mr.D" wrote:
> >
> >
> >> IMHO, as long as there will be DJ's, there will be vinyl. There's
> >> certainly a huge trend for DJ's to use laptops/traktor and a
> >> combination of iPods and CDs, but plenty of them love the feel and
> >> design of vinyl. As a DJ I know I prefer spinning vinyl over anything
> >> else, especially as a physical thing. For me, playing vinyl is
> >> playing an instrument, and nowhere close to doing the same thing with
> >> digital media.
> >>

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