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Behind the world of I SPEAK MACHINE with Tara Busch & Maf Lewis

Tara

Resolve and the “Ecstacy of Gold”…

This word. To me, it is a term that I approach with tenderness and caution when making music – I find it interesting to keep things afloat and unpredictable without being wildly formulaic about it. One thing I have “resolved” to do, though this was sometime last year, is to look into furthering my knowledge and training (if you can call it that) in film scoring and music technology. This blog has helped me immensely as a learning tool in my journey through the beautiful ever-changing jungle of music production and beloved machines, but I’d love to also learn properly the nuts and bolts of film scoring and perhaps study composition a bit ….and gain insight on how it effects us as humans. This piece in particular still devastates me, so I must post…in my dreams, I am in a long, blood-red gown singing the soprano line with Morricone & his orchestra…:

Anyway, I will now be making daily entries on my blog here, always somehow music related even if I’m posting about a trail that I’m hiking in the park (music is everywhere). I feel it will help the direction of this blog evolve and shift as all journals should. In the meantime, I have a plane to catch home and an unpacked suitcase hollering at me….homeward bound!

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