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Re: f.s. looperlative and eclipse
I like your idea very much.This would be a musical crystallization of
the awareness of sparing(one players movements effecting the others
sound.(and sound representing consciousness)A higher faster sound when
one enters the others striking range would be a simple example.There
could also be ways to resolve the sound or soften it when "countered"by
the oppoenant .Having very different movement styles would also
increase the drama.Boxing has a triplet "feel",Thai boxing 2's and 4's,
TOOL makes a very good soundtrack for Brazillian Ju-Jitzu. (Something I
observed before I knew Maynard was a brown belt in that art).Tai Chi
moves toward Ambient. As does (to me anyway) Chi-Gung and Shaolin .
Sooo,maybe this can go somewhere..
The Wishbass is still here.I have no idea what the shipping would
be.I'm in northern California.Please let me know if you're
interested.I'd like you to have it.
On Friday, June 22, 2007, at 03:04 AM, Stefan Tiedje wrote:
> Scott Drengsen schrieb:
>> I don't have much drive to play my music to other people and I'm much
>> happier focusing on martial arts.I have been inspired by your
>> evolution w/the laptop and who knows what the future holds.
> Aahhh martial arts...
> It's not that far away from music, maybe a lack of melody but
> certainly there is rhythm and harmony...
> Maybe that's what could get a piece, which is just in my head, come to
> life: I'd call it Basswords, two bass players sitting face to face and
> instead of swords playing a bass. They would do a sort of fight with
> the respect that is common in martial arts.
> But its not a fight against each other, its a fight on a different
> I'd attach some sensors to the basses, so they will send out
> information about their movement, each bass will influence the sound
> of the other, either with sound or with movement. The two players
> would do a kind of improvised dance inspired by the movement in
> martial arts...
> I am more into Aikido for its non-violent philosophy, but all martial
> arts do have a core to overcome violence, its like with instruments a
> matter of personal taste and history...
> I need some kicks to keep the idea alive, a bass player who is into
> martial arts, might be it... ;-)
> Maybe for next years Y2K8? I'd need to find some sponsors though, to
> get me over to the other side of the world...
> P.S. this would of course sum up as "laptop music"... ;-)
> By the way, I'd be interested in the Wishbass, the only part I could
> afford from your offers, I guess its gone though, and I don't know how
> to pass it to Europe safely and affordable...
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