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Who do you sound like? This is a hard question because I have languish day and night to find what God would have me do and I really don't like the idea of being outside of this idea.
Thus the name "Just A Number" #. The un-boxed and open minded listener will understand why I do this,
the cardboard box dewellers will have a hard time.............
Experimental music refers, in the English-language literature, to a compositional tradition which arose in the mid-20th century, applied particularly in North America to music composed in such a way that its outcome is ""unforeseeabl""e. Its most famous and influential exponent was John Cage (Grant 2003, 174). More loosely, the term "experimental" is used in conjunction with genre names to describe music within specific genres that ""pushes against their boundaries or definitions""
Now having no names helps foster true ideas and those lyrics or ideas will rest within each endivisual listener and his or her mood,
numbering my beats works for me I repeat works 4me. Moreover having names would only dictate what I should say, how I should say it, or the story I should tell, blah blah 'blah. "That's a NOGO", and just not working for the Wizard.
Don't get me wrong, I like names and do sometimes use them, but my beat names change leaving just a number to repersents a clean slate ready for more ideas.
I know this is against the "be like everyone else" rules and that I am not following the crowed as scripted.
What am I doing ? me calling my stuff "stuff" this is confusing those that have worked so hard to have the "right stuff" you know ("that same stuff ") """"News Flash from the Wizard ( B-U) and ill B-Me"""""
Besides, what did we do before the " be like everyone else rules"?
Ambient is a music genre which originated in the United Kingdom. Developing in the 1970s, ambient stemmed from the experimental and synthesizer-oriented styles of the period, while being influenced by Kraftwerk and Klaus Schulze; nevertheless, the dance and techno music of the 1980s also played an important role in the genre. Basil Kirchin and Brian Eno are regarded as ambient's main founders. The concept of background or furniture music had already existed some time before, yet both Kirchin and Eno created ambient by fusing elements of environmental music with electronica. Ambient's sound was additionally influenced in part by space rock and Krautrock.
As a genre, ambient focuses on creating a mood or atmosphere through synthesizers and timbral qualities. It often lacks the presence of any net composition, beat, or structured melody. Due to its relatively open style, ambient music often takes influences from many other genres, ranging from house, dub, industrial and new age, amongst several others. Since it is a relatively ambiguous term, ambient has no distinct characteristics, and its style can vary a lot. In essence, it is a term to describe any form of electronic music which puts an emphasis on tone and atmosphere over songwriting, composition and craftsmanship, hence often lacking musical structure or rhythm. Ambient music is often highly conceptual and experimental in style, while it is said to evoke an "atmospheric", "visual" or "unobtrusive" quality.
Ambient did not achieve large commercial success, while attracting criticism for its "boring" and over-intellectual sound. Nevertheless, it has also attained a certain degree of acclaim throughout the years. It had its first wave of popularity in the 1970s, yet saw a revival towards the late-1980s with the prominence of house and techno music, growing a cult following by the 1990s.