I've recently started writing lots of jazz influenced music. Do you think there should be any boundaries when it comes to fusing sounds? I know you're not keen on trance music as such, but is psychedelic jazz prog a step to far?
p.s your music goes really well with Belvine single malt.
There are no boundaries. All new forms of music are born of unholy marriages between existing styles.
The weirder the better in my book.
I envy people who enjoy good whisky. When I was a teenager I drank so much cheap, blended, Spar own-brand 'Scotch-style' beverage that I now cannot disassociate the smell of whisky from the smell of vomit. Even the good stuff tastes like drain-cleaner to me.
But I've never really like the taste of booze. I gave up drinking in 1986 and never looked back.
I have a very juvenile, unsophisticated palate: I tend to go for stuff like chocolate milk and Pepsi, except that I'm too fat for those these days and so I usually go for fizzy water with a piece of lemon.
$500 budget for music production related endeavors, currently have an akai mpk mini/launchpad that rarely gets touched anymore and ableton suite 9. What other gear do you suggest I buy?Ott responded on 02/02/2016 Next question
Tell me what you thought about infrasound and how was your experience there! Also any chance you will come back;) much love from North DakotaOtt responded on 02/02/2016