Showing posts from September 27, 2020
There was a great quote from Clement Mok --"The Music is not in the Piano". This is a very appropriate quote in the early days of Information Design. Perhaps in the age of artificial intellegnce and machine learning the corollary should be: " "The music is not in the piano, but it is definately in the synthesizer".
I have been sorting through music, pictures, etc. Actually in the effort I infected one of my computers with a boot block virus from a very old floppy. I found some irony in my effort to organize I corrupted the archive. Dark forces for sure. Ever present. In my Brother's collection I found this Anita Baker tune that really spoke to me. I think this piece was underrated and for some reason has not received the respect it truely deserves. I suggest listening on your best equipment. I was using my Soundcraftman Power Four-17 Amp with the Hafler Series 945 preamp. The Macintosh setup doesn't like this tune as much.
My sister has been in GA. We went camping in the Georgia Mountains.