Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Real Musicians Versus Computer Musicians

When I was about fifteen years old, I wanted to do some Multi track Recording. Back then in the 70's this was pretty much impossible unless you went to a studio or had the money to buy a multi-track recorder. So I would take two portable tape recorders, record a part on the first recorder, then record myself playing along with the first recorder and do that over and over until I had what I wanted. I thought that was the coolest thing. These days all you have to know how to do is have a computer and buy some software and you can come up with some top notch sounding music. Now for guys like me who play a lot of different instruments, we look at it as cheating. Now, I don't have anything against people who are talented musicians who really play and program some Drums and Bass and actually put the parts down on the keyboards. I'm talking about people who are doing movie scores that can't play or sing a lick of music. Is this crowding the market for True Musicians? Is this taking away from people who are truly talented? Visit my site MedloSongs.Com or blog back and let me know your thoughts.


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