Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by knowsbleed, Jan 4, 2013.
Sometimes I think that while we listen to music... music is in turn listening to us.
Well at least someone is ::cries into pillow::
In that case, Taylor Swift must hear "turn that **** off" 24 hours a day.
If that were true we'd have a hundred angry adolescent songs about it.
I consider music, good music anyway, sex for the ears.
Music r goodz
Music is a world within itself in a language we all understand.
I don't really understand this thread..
Sounds like a good way to get an ear infection or ruptured eardrum.
And what is "good" music?
Music where I can notice all the little nuances put into it, where the panning, simple background sounds and the like aren't noticeable on the first listen. Music where you might hear something you didn't before, thus making it a new experience every time. When one takes the time to arrange their music in this manner, I find it most enjoyable.
I'm not saying something not as complicated is bad, but I get more "pleasure" out of it. For example, I love AC/DC's Thunderstruck, but Kraftwerk's Computer Love is sex for my ears. All in all, different strokes for different folks.