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Re: Music can "accomplish"

the looping of sunlight and the absence of triggers the photosynthethetic reaction in plants, long days(16=8)(14=10) for vegetive growth, short days(12=12)(10=14) for flowering, in a controlled environment u can have 24 hour for vegetation and as low as 4 "on" 20 "off" for flowering.using a computerized timing system you can make days that are not on a 24 hour based day(4 hours "on" 10 hours "off" is the extreme).by doing this you can cut flowering time of 8 weeks down to 5 or 6.i think indica plants prefer looped guitar as they grow. sativa seems to like looped voodoo drums lol...any grow questions?just ask scary   *<{{,': )

Travis Hartnett <travishartnett@gmail.com> wrote:
I think that question should be "Why do musicians have to 'accomplish'
something?" Or, a question from ambient artists to their detractors
"Why does music need to 'do' something?"

Music just "is", sort of like sunlight. The sun isn't trying to
"make" plants grow, rather plants grow in the presence of sunlight
(among other things). Sometimes plants get too much sun, in which
case they wither and die.

How musicians (often believing themselves to be the creator of said
music) or the audience interpret the phenomena of music really has
more to do with the musician/audience than the music itself.

> From: Stephen Goodman [mailto:spgoodman@earthlight.net]

> A realistic question for ambient artists: Why does music
> have to "accomplish" something?

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