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DISCLAIMER: Stark Classics are for novelty use only. They are not representative of Ethan’s current musical superpowers, and were made under the influence of large amounts of angst and synthesizers.
Red Rubber Ball, 2010
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Did you know that all of your favorite songs are built on a dozen or so chord progressions that keep getting recycled? It’s true! Visit this amazing website and punch in one of my favorites: C, G, Am F.
I, for one, don’t despair about this. I celebrate it, and seek to find the richness in lyrics, instrumentation, and sonic textures.
Need a more rocking explanation? Let The Axis of Awesome tell the tale:
This interview with producer Semothy Jones contains this gem of a quote:
A lot of music is made by trying to recreate something that you love and doing it so badly that you make it your own . . . you know, it kinda ends up its own thing. A lot of people make great music by mistake.
That is exactly why I love building cover songs and remixes.
People are doing some amazing things with our favorite $0.99 powerhouse groovemaker app Figure.
Although this project was done with a single iPhone recorded many times, you can easily sync up multiple iDevices and jam with a friend.