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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 29 2007 at 17:41
And music is much 'easier' today, compared to then. All these televised contests - American/Canadian Idol, X Factor (or whatever the brittish version was) et cetera. Also, like Mike Oldfield has said, using samples and such, you can make a whole song without leaving your computer just by mixing and editing samples or whatever. That's one of the reasons Mike Oldfield recorded "The Orchestral Tubular Bells" was that in some he thought that by mixing his own music and editing it with the computer he was 'cheating', and that if you wrote music on a piece of paper and played it acoustically, there was no way to cheat. It was natural.
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