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Re: 3 million hits with livelooping

Okay,  at this point i'mma gonna cook me up a bunch o popcorn.  The pot 
just called the kettle black, Dr. Freud just rolled over in his grave, and 
the show is just about to begin.

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On Apr 27, 2012, at 8:25 AM, Torben Scharling <torbenscharling@gmail.com> 

> I didn't mean you in particular Mark, I'm new to this mailing list 
> business.
> So without mentioning any names, or quoting anyone, what I meant was:
> I see a lot of jealousy, insecurities, hatred towards other people, who 
> are more successful than you. Perhaps even worse musicians, but way 
> better at giving audiences what they want/something they find 
> interesting enough to wanna share with their friends (and share on a 
> mailing list).
> This guy is a "like", "share", "subscribe", "click on my ads" kind of 
> guy. He thrives on that - good for him. Doesn't mean you have to do the 
> same, just respect the fact that he's successful in doing what he's 
> doing. (And no, I'm not a fan of his btw.)
> I mean, it's not like this guy is a phony or a con artist. I'm sure he 
> works hard with what he's got. He probably realized that he's not a 
> super-musician, and learned to draw on other skills. 
> Bashing creativity, entertainment, and quite frankly something that you, 
> unless you pull the same kind of views or at least returning 
> subscribers, have no clue how to do yourselves - then I think trolling 
> is the appropriate word for it.
> I went to a Reggie Watts concert recently here in Copenhagen. And this 
> by passer comment from another Danish guy that attended the show, stuck 
> in my head ever since; "it's just sad that he spends so much time 
> goofing around and not taking it seriously, (in reality) he's a great 
> musician, but he choses to rely on comedy"....
> Now this relates back to that youtube video, and you guys that think 
> you're all that in terms of you music skills and looping magic: to each 
> his own, theres a place for everything, there are new forms of show 
> business, there are talented musicians/artists/entertainers who choose 
> to wrap their talents in different paper than you and your neighbor etc.
> I could say a lot of horrible things about some of you guys music on 
> this mailing list, tell you how crappy your atmospheric sea of infinite 
> weirdo sounds and noises are nothing but a gimmick drowned in effects, 
> delays and  reverbs to hide the fact, that your musical talents just 
> don't add up. But I won't, because I'm not a teenager anymore.