Detritus 306



“The instant a music can be defined as a genre and thus copied, it’s dead. Only make music when you don’t know what it is that you’re doing or even trying to do. Apply this commandment to all artforms and remember: don’t join the dots.”
quote from Bill Drummonds 10 commandments of art


> Love this photo (a snow monkey in Japan, taking a selfie?) & the back story has a good moral for anyone shooting photos, recording sounds etc…


> Top 8 Mistakes for Film Composers (not trying to be clickbait, but I keep hearing #2 over & over & over…) thanks Peter!



> At last, a car I want to own!



> New field recording blog: Architect of Sound


> Interesting idea: why you should remove zeroes from your quotes/budgets


> #funny! txts from my cat


> Particle composition, Xenakis & the 808



> creating stringed instruments from turntables



> fantastic panoramic timelapses via a homemade rig



> google/youtube & that contract for indie labels


> 7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living from Alexander Chen on Vimeo.

via CDM


> why contacting brian eno may not be a good idea


> real knobs on a touchscreen? (sounds like a slate promo)


> secrets of the creative brain


fantastic to see the evolution of the work of Retchy/Graeme Hawkins with zoetropes


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