Replying to LO28308 --
Dear At and LO"part"
You asked the following question based on what Ray wrote:
> Ray Harrell <email@example.com> writes:
> >Complexity is usually related to "numbers" in other
> >fields but numbers are not helpful in the development
> >of musical interpretation. In fact they create a feeling
> >of machinelike robotic inhuman expression. It is like
> >comparing digital langauge to analogue in recordings.
> >What you get in clarity you lose in the density of the
> >whole. Some of us would contend that you lose the
> >"music" in digital recordings.
Greetings dear Ray,
> By the way, that lack of what you call "density" in digital recordings, is
> the "pixel" nature of them still coming through. Pushing more bits into a
> second of music will reduce some of it, but it will also need more
> computing power. The question is -- can all of it be removed by going for
> the sky in computing power?
> How about any fellow learner trying to answer this question.
I will be bold At, it will not be possible! Wholeness will "prevent" this
from happening unless the way our(humans) senses work change to digital
Do not want to be 'n cyborg - I will lose too much "density"!
Alfred Rheeder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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