|SolRo - 2015-12-28 |
could the hipsters at least clean their instruments? Or is polish for sellouts?
many musicians feel that lacquer negatively affects the sound of the horn. You can buy new instruments that aren't lacquered, but many people prefer the sound of an old horn that the lacquer has naturally worn off of through use. The patina is part of that whole process. Unless you were just joking, in which case I apologize for explaining the joke.
"It sounds better when tarnished" sounds like something a yuppie audiophile would say about something, with utterly no basis in reality
|The Mothership - 2015-12-28 |
I appreciate that these guys are working hard here, and so have probably earned some money from someone. But that ain't gonna be me.
Fucking saxophonists, dime a dozen and worth half as much.
I have a bachelor's degree in music ed, so I am fully qualified to say this: The saxophone is by far and away the easiest wind instrument to just pick up and play. It was designed that way. If you give a 10 year old a flute or a trumpet, it will probably take a few days just to get a sound out, but any kid can just blow into a sax and get a sound instantly, and the fingerings are really easy to memorize. This, combined with the sax being viewed as a rock/pop instrument leads to an overabundance of mediocre saxophonists.
Word. It only took me 5 minutes to master the sax.
Cena, I'm sure that you're much better at other instruments and styles. Where can I buy your album?
|15th - 2015-12-29 |
Coming to a faux hippie college party near you.
|That guy - 2015-12-30 |
I thought this was interesting to check out, but it's based too much on house loops. Sure, playing your own loop might be difficult in some way I don't appreciate, but that doesn't mean I have to like it musically.
Not saying I hate it.
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