From: db (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Mar 02 2006 - 18:33:25 PST
On Mar 2, 2006, at 11:37 AM, Zev Robinson wrote:
> I love Billie Holiday, even when her voice was shot and the
> recordings live and not that great and with background noise. her
> music defines quality, as far as I'm concerned, whether it's on
> cd, mp3, or vinyl played on an old grammophone.
> there are other factors in determining beauty and quality besides
> the media and technology, I would think.
Absolutely. But it ain't no one-to-one correlation. I am a proud
exponent of hybrid art and working within my $$ means. If that means
I work with a 1/2" portapac because that is what I have access to
then I will explore the technology for what it offers. Same goes for
IMAX, should anyone ever pass me a surreptitious million bucks. I
will never try to pass it off as something it isn't: equivalent to
One of my favorite recordings is completely made up! An imaginary
event! But it sounds amazingly "authentic."
Lol Coxhill's "Couscous"
Also another fine example of noise usage.
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