Monday, February 9, 2015


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Why Don't We Learn to Value the Multi-dimensionality of Sound?

Simple answer: It takes too long.

More complicated answer: In order to do so you would have to sit still - already an out-of-date proposition.  And you would have to not listen to any canned music for a period of time: a week, say, or more.

Why?  Because the processed version of sound that survives electronic manipulation of any kind is by definition reduced in terms of its resonance, its tone space, if you will.

We are so accustomed to that other product that we don't know the difference unless we make ourselves notice it.

It's a bit like food.