Philip OKeefe Posted December 19, 2000 Share Posted December 19, 2000 Here's a topic I'd like to have your opinions on: Are studio operators (and home / project studio users in particular) becoming too "solitary"? I mean, technology has advanced to the point where one person can do almost anything and everything by themselves, but is that a good thing? Isn't it the interaction and convergence of multiple opinions part of what makes great music so special? Isn't it too easy to lose your objectivity when doing it all yourself? Writing, playing, programming, engineering, producing - that's a LOT of "hats" to wear at once. Does the music suffer, or does all this technology just allow us to have our own musical vision realized without having to deal with those "messy" personal interactions? If not, what methods do YOU use to keep things fresh and in perspective? How do you stay objective when you're involved in each and every aspect of the process? I'd love to hear what everyone thinks. Phil O'Keefe Sound Sanctuary Recording Riverside CA http://members.aol.com/ssanctuary/index.html email: firstname.lastname@example.org Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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