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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.
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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.