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Old 2013-01-14, 13:25
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Originally Posted by emersound View Post
here's my advice to you. Don't get stuck in a genre, because before long it will be all you can do well, try making your own music from your imagination and see where that takes you. Then if you want to categorize it you can later.
thx for your feedback. My intention wasn't to stick to a genre. It was to group particular elements together, kind of like a library. eg. just focusing on rhythm, I could have a bossa rhythm as a MIDI file, or a disco feel in a groove template to help with streamlining.
 

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