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Old 09-11-2017, 11:12 PM   #17
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Re: Transformational music?

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Originally Posted by soundmodel View Post
I don't understand your pessimism.

I mean, one can do transformations that play on the effects or filters or FM amount or such just like when automating. It uses transformations and is thus transformational music.
Oh, you've reassigned the meaning.
OK I guess, but it's rather meaningless at that point.

This has music and transforms as well:
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That doesn't make it transformationalism.

A pitch shifter is not employing transformational music theory.

This is:
"The goal of transformational theory is to change the focus from musical objects—such as the "C major chord" or "G major chord"—to relations between objects."

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You, or anyone else, are free to do anything with the music that I make. I consider all of my productions to be public domain. If someone asks, I will give them the source files and any related sample files if they are needed. Music is a dialogue, not a speech. Any listener must be free to become the speaker at any time for the life of the dialogue to be retained. Let us, then, discuss in tone.
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