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by Tim Lee on April 16, 2008 · 23 comments
And while I’m on the subject, I can’t resist linking to my all-time favorite techno-bashing animation.
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Oh hey look people who don’t know anything about music, critqueing. WOW.
Nevermind the myriad genres, sub-genres, samples, etc.
Wow, housemusic, you’re touchy.
Reminds me of a bit of Igor Stravinsky’s (alleged) jab: “Vivaldi did not write 500 concertos, he wrote the same concerto 500 times.”
The more things change. Now back to looking for my Vivaldi techno-remix…
This proposal to do a thesis on generating techno automatically looks like it was rejected. Too bad — it would have saved a lot of bandwidth to generate techno on the fly locally instead of downloading.
Even if you don’t like techno, Ishkur’s Guide to Electronic Music is cool.
listen to Plastikman’s “Consumed” ten times in a row and then get back to me. You either will be a techno convert or you will pull a Clockwork Orange.
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