[microsound-announce] [microsound] FB redux
danalogue at gmail.com
Mon Jan 20 18:46:35 EST 2014
(Sorry, this !@#$ phone)
It is true that Facebook, as of more recently, has been a more effective
platform for me in both discovering new music that interests me, as well as
providing a forum for my ideas that seems to generate more immediate
feedback, albeit without any real intellectual and honest discussion (where
on .microsound there is some).
However, in the past, I found quite a lot of interesting and wonderful
music sifting through the various projects that .microsound has hosted -
pi, bufferfuct, etc. - and it was very stimulating to be a part of them as
well. This is where I feel lies the true benefit of .microsound, as it
brings people together for a mass collaboration while at the same time
leaving a nice little archived legacy for others to discover.
I know that .microsound projects don't always yield a descent turnout of
participants, but when they do, it is so worth it!
So, please keep the projects coming...you never know if we may have
something that will be as substantial and successful as, say, the
'parasite' project was - a great collection of material there, to be sure.
On Jan 20, 2014 3:12 PM, "Dan Graham" <danalogue at gmail.com> wrote:
> I joined .microsound because I like to find out about as much new and
> interesting digital electronic computer -oriented music as I possibly can,
> as well as have a forum for sharing stuff that I come up with in an
> immediate way. It is true that Facebook
> On Jan 20, 2014 1:53 PM, "Alexander Thesing" <aspsound at googlemail.com>
>> Hey all,
>> sounds like an compromise. The good thing is that this mailing list
>> returns to our memories alongside this discussion. Maybe it will refresh
>> our communication in a way which we all are comfortable with.
>> During my exam last year this mailing list gives me great input, so i
>> really hope the communication continue in the same way.
>> Happy new year to you all. Best whishes from Germany!
>> 2014/1/20 Kim Cascone <kim at anechoicmedia.com>
>>> I understand the reluctance to migrate to FB - but this list is *not*
>>> going to stop
>>> it will continue in its present form - so please feel free to use it
>>> instead of FB
>>> no worries!
>>> I just wanted to invite people who might be on FB to join the FB
>>> .microsound page
>>> just a heads up
>>> microsound mailing list
>>> microsound at microsound.org
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