Re: Study Finds New Pop Music Does All Sound the Same.

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On 08/05/2012 08:21 PM, Louigi Verona wrote:
"To me, the negative result of widespread recorded music is to
discourage others from making music and turn them into the good little
consumers that today's music industry wants."

I do not agree that such effect is necessary or is most common. Hearing
a perfect performance might in fact have a different effect - show that
it is possible to achieve that. It all depends on the background and
attitude.

I didn't say it was either necessary or most common. It does depend on the person doing the hearing. But I remember many people whose response to singing or playing an instrument is, "Oh, I can't play like that," so they won't even try.

Of course, this is compounded by the way at least the American education used to put a lot of effort into discouraging students from singing or playing music ...

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