tekkentool wrote:No you see anybody who doesn't have the thought process of a 5 year old girl probably abstains from making wide, arrogant sweeping judgements about people and their music from a short clip so they don't go around shitting all over all the other musicians in the world.
Rubbish. And you surely know it's rubbish? The man was making stupid noises that didn't even depend on a Moog synth, and claiming they were the coolest thing you could do with one. He obviously didn't know what he was shouting about, and he made zero contribution to a documentary about Moog synths.
tekkentool wrote:It's such a bizarre sign of insecurity to keep going around shitting all over other musicians.
The discussion wasn't even about Money Mark's musicianship, or lack of it. It was about the relevenace of his silly noisemaking to the documentary that featured him. You don't seem to have understood this point.
tekkentool wrote:Money Mark is a fellow brother if the oscillator
I haven't the faintest idea what that's supposed to mean, if it means anything.
tekkentool wrote:and you're all going around bitching about the guy behind his back like a bunch of little girls.
Th is is a public forum and anything said here could potentially be read by Money Mark. I'd be perfectly happy to repeat anything I've said to his face, and I'm sure that applies to other people here. In any case, once again
, the main issue was the lack of relevance to the Moog documentary.
tekkentool wrote: You don't throw anything out for the possibility of "not being music" or being weird because if that's all you do then the view you have of music gets smaller and f**k smaller until you live in an echo chamber and your horizons will never get expanded again. You'll never do anything new and you're just gonna sit there with the same old s**t until you die still listening to what you did when you were 20.
This is so totally wrong for me that it's laughable, and I'm sure I'm not the only one that applies to.
To put it simply: you don't broaden your horizons by accepting any rubbish as music. You broaden them by opening up to different kinds of real music when you hear it.
I think that says it all. I've had enough of your pointless post, but it was so insulting and so ridiculous that something had to be said.