At 9/26/11 03:24 AM, sorohanro wrote:
At 9/25/11 09:50 PM, Tydusis wrote:
It sounds like neither of the original melodies. Is this wrong?Never thought to write your own music ?
To me, music is like love. The parallel would be:
"I have a girlfriend and I love her very much but last party I had oral sex with another girl and after I had anal sex with another. It was like neither of the original sex with my girlfriend.
Do that really count as cheating?"
On your profile is written "I am just a guy who wants to create", so, why not create ?
Well, I guess that's a good point, and an interesting analogy, but to me, the parallel would be: "I have a snowmobile, a motorcycle, and a car. I want to build a catapult of them. Similar to that TV show no one probably remembers, Junkyard Wars."
With some of the songs I'm working on, I am taking parts of songs, ripping and shredding them apart, and re-purposing the notes for roles they were never intended. For example, I might take some notes from a guitar solo and make it part of the bassline, and perhaps vice versa. I like to take a "Build it with LEGOs" approach sometimes, with notes being LEGOs. People build sculptures with LEGOs. For the moment, I am trying to basically take a hammer to some sculptures and take the broken pieces that look like they can fit together and see if they do--like a jigsaw puzzle. A sculpture of a head and a sculpture of a car could yield a sculpture of a house or tree. Now is that wrong?
I don't intend this to be a flame, but I don't see how there anything wrong with what I'm doing. It's creative interpretation of multiple pieces of work.