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Are these seen as important to the non-professional? None of my songs sound like any of the others. I like to travel in somewhat unchartered territory. If I were to cut a CD (for fun & friends - a dream of mine that I am fast approaching), yet it had no central theme or coherency or appeal to a certain audience, is that bad thing?
Exploring has more interest to me than playing a certain style. I find it nearly impossible to categorize my compositions except as Electronic Experimental (or mushroom-induced soundscapes ) which is basically a catch-all phrase
Quote: Swami said: ...yet it had no central theme or coherency or appeal to a certain audience, is that bad thing?
Maybe having no coherent central theme is your coherent central theme...
There is obviously some consistency, in that they are all song that you like. I dunno, it's like curating an art exhibition, or collecting poems or short stories for an anthology, does the central theme have to be obvious? In regards to the specifics of "style" and/or "genre," those are simply two of the facets on the crystal -- why should they be the determining ones?
Sorry, I'm tired and frustrated with a work thing, so I'm babbling. Carry on. As you were...
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