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Never thought a Building Block could make you a DJ.....lol


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you know it makes me wonder what will happen when they get unpluged and electricity goes down( same goes for using calculators and handwriting cursive ), at least I'll keep picking:


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Reactables have been around for years. Not the most musical approach but its still very cool Very nice and visual way to teach people about synthesis and signal flow.
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scottharrell wrote:Reactables have been around for years. Not the most musical approach but its still very cool Very nice and visual way to teach people about synthesis and signal flow.

Right, they ain't intended to compose, but to control the synthesis. Tried them last year at Musikmesse. Although they're kind of cool to play with, it still feels a little odd. And they are quite expensive too as far as I remember.
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CTStump wrote:
at least I'll keep picking:




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dgkenney wrote:
CTStump wrote:
at least I'll keep picking:





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real music is created without electricity
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drummernick wrote:real music is created without electricity


Maybe. But without electricity, you're the only one that knows you made anything. Just saying

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I played for 17 years in a full orchestra touring world wide. Of course we use electricity to capture our sound, we were even sampled for those who clip other peoples creative work together to call their own. A lot of people heard our music without electricity.

Just saying

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TheMuzic, sorry for hijacking your thread. That's a neat gadget and will provide a good foundation in the creative development of young and old alike.

What I was trying to illustrate was the necessity of the basics missing these day's with the advent of game consoles and electronic synthesizers. When my children were of that age I encouraged (not forced) them to play an acoustic instrument first to understand the work that goes into making music. I myself have plugged in and I love the Vsti's and Synth's available today. It's great to have all these tool's available along with ability to unplug and enjoy the tone and dynamics of an strung or wind drawn instrument (including Banjo's unfortunately),incidentally a lot my gigs were unplugged with great success.

So on with your thread my friend and most sorry for the distraction.
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I couldn't agree with you more. It's like learning how to use a calculator without understanding the basic principles of mathematics.
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drummernick wrote:I couldn't agree with you more. It's like learning how to use a calculator without understanding the basic principles of mathematics.


you mean the Banjo part... there I go again just can't help my self sometimes.
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drummernick wrote:I played for 17 years in a full orchestra touring world wide. Of course we use electricity to capture our sound, we were even sampled for those who clip other peoples creative work together to call their own. A lot of people heard our music without electricity.

Just saying



So... there were no lights in the concert venue, no heat, no A/C, no cold drinks?

Just kidding...
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LMike wrote:
drummernick wrote:I played for 17 years in a full orchestra touring world wide. Of course we use electricity to capture our sound, we were even sampled for those who clip other peoples creative work together to call their own. A lot of people heard our music without electricity.

Just saying



So... there were no lights in the concert venue, no heat, no A/C, no cold drinks?

Just kidding...


Yeah, we were playing Stravinsky uphill, in the snow, both ways! Now get off my lawn!



back on topic. i find the approach of such gizmos interesting...how many of us tend to "hear" visually? plus you get the tactile part of it going on.

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