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Acompositia: ebony, violins & old newspapers.

http://www.theaudiobeat.com/visits/east_meets_west_coast.htm

Acompositia

Similar to the asphyxia suffered by mountain climbers, acompositia is an illness that can afflict those who spend their lives exploring the frontier of sound. Symptoms are a feeling of peace, warmth and bliss, and a desire to never return from the mountain. Victims of acompositia never write back a postcard to their friends or family in the form of a new composition, essentially disappearing into the wilderness, their compositional potential vanishing like a lost martian space probe that just stops transmitting and no one knows what happened.

http://www.nonoctave.com/tuning/glossary.html

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Re: Acompositia: ebony, violins & old newspapers.

Interesting room.

Have you been there?

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Re: Acompositia: ebony, violins & old newspapers.


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Interesting room.

Have you been there?

No, but a friend of mine was there.

He is a friend of Billy Ying.

If you are interested to know something about the Billy Ying's story you can translate the comment at the end of the page of this article.

http://corodia.blogspot.com/search?q=shun+mook

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Giuseppe Scardamaglia

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Re: Acompositia: ebony, violins & old newspapers.

Strange how someone supposedly attuned to the finer points of audio reproduction keeps LP's on the carpet where they can happily pick up dust and dirt. Maybe the Mpingo thingies 'de-tune' the dust?

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