On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 12:46 PM, L.Angulo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:One should not forget that in a musical context referred to as
> check out Jose Gonzales,his records are kitchen sinc home made sort of speak,very simple lo-fi with one guitar and his voice,i dont think this has hurt his career but on the countrary,hes currently regarded as one of the best songwriters of our times,thats how powerful music is...
"songwriting" the fidelity may not be of importance for what is
normally experienced as "the artform".
Compare that to a musical context sometimes referred to as "sound art"
and you may find that fidelity can actually be an important factor in
what is experienced as "the artform".
Sorry for stating the obvious, but I'd just like to add this fact for
As a musician it is important to remember that people experience music
in a totally subjective way, filtered through their own mind. I
remember so many occasions where me and some friends have listened to
wonderfully poly rhythmic music and my pals turn to me and say "to me
this just sounds like randomly banging on stuff". ;-)