From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jul 02 2006 - 08:58:15 PDT
> Nevertheless as I've stated before I find
> the attachment of some to the absolute exclusion of other formats a
> extreme. I've read Dorsky's book and I am very inspired by his
> remarks, yet
> I am also drawn to the artistic possibilities of digital production.
Since I'm the one who cited Dorsky's book I hope you don't mean me
because not once did I state an attachment to one format to the
exclusion of others. Quite the opposite. Nor did I cite it to say
anything about *film* uniquely.
(It doesn't mean I think it doesn't matter what format you see a
Nathaniel Dorsky film on, but that's not what I was talking about).
Nor do I see anything wrong with an artist "attached" to one specific
medium. Fine with me if Yo Yo Ma just plays cello and not Gigasampler.
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