I hope you are doing well. I wanted to comment on your blog post “Q” on Quincy Jones. I do agree that he is not only a great and celebrated producer but also an amazing jazz musician. He has accomplished so much throughout his career that are truly noteworthy.
Quincy Jones will always be considered as someone who assisted in shaping and refining music in every form. He really demonstrated that being a musician and producer is an art form and proved that it is quite possible to attain success doing so.
Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts on Quincy Jones, it was a very pleasant and informative read. As a musician and producer myself, I am inspired by his success in the industry. I wish you the best of luck and thanks again for your enjoyable contribution.
I hope you are doing well. I wanted to comment on your blog post “Electronic Innovations”. Roland synths are a major asset in the music industry not to mention in electronic music. Your post was not only enjoyable but also a very informative read. Kakehashi really molded a solid and powerful synth with many capabilities and functions. It really introduced an endless multitude of digital technology. Featuring highly useful compositional tools integrated within the synths. Roland is one of the greatest brands in synthesizer technology and continues to grow as a chosen standard leading in the industry.
As musicians and producers in the industry in using a Roland synth allows multiple proficiencies and potentials. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I really enjoyed reading your blog post.
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I hope all is going well with you. I wanted to comment on your Beatles’, Revolver post. The impressive invention of the Automatic Double Tracking in the studio and the backwards tracks are a very intriguing aspect in the recording of this album. It was also very inspiring learning all the innovative techniques that were used during the making of this album. By not rushing the recording and studio process it paved the way for an album of sheer brilliance. It truly manifests a different experience and essence in the album.
I really enjoyed your blog post on the Beatles. I look forward to reading more of your opinions on music, production and the industry. Thank you for sharing.
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