My guess he is referring to what you might called depth of field.
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4: (This is my favorite.) In the present day, there are many more ways for a musician to make money, other than royalties or selling cds or downloads. The sales are dropping on all fronts, even theft is down. The point is to find other avenues.
Besides, if I was in this to make money, I'd play in a country band.
2: The whole copyright/licensure principle is set up by and for big record companies. It's the only way to get around the stranglehold large corporations have on the industry.
Creative Commons is the way to go in my opinion...
Often it is the user itself that make Vista a nightmare it works flawlessly here..
You need a lot of tweaking to get the most out of it...
The only thing I will warn you about is that there are no two track editors equal to either Sound Forge or Wavelab in the Mac world. I have tried Bias and I could not stand it. I actually know of a few high end mastering engineers who purchased PCs just to run these programs.
The iMac you're looking at has twice the RAM and twice the hard drive space, compared to the $1199 refurbished model Apple is offering, so aside from the financing issue the newer machine has some benefits for the money.
That Ursa Major unit looks particularly cool. I remember seeing a brochure for that many years ago, but never actually saw one in person. Also nice to see your vintage Emu gear. I still use my Emu sound modules, especially the Morpheus.
Now somebody tell me, pray... can I get a witness?: do I absolutely have to seek out Slow and Low at all costs, or will my life still be liveable to the full without it? And what's with Waterloo Terminal?
Did you read that he quited making music because of illegal downloads in russia?
Such a fool.
Also you can check out about 30 pictures from "Concierto Homenaje a Jorge Reyes" on www.hi5.com, but I think you have to register first. Here is the link, it's a page of my Mexican amigo, Julio Cesar Martinez, who collaborated with Jorge on his soundscape CDs.
Any other words it is not OK to ever say?