I've been watching the Netflix drama series Lost In Space which is a kind of remake of the '60s tv series of the same name. It has many good points with some great cinematics but is let down by silly science, wooden acting, dumb story lines and the Americans' love of over-sentimentalising everything.
In the series the robot (remember: "Danger Will Robinson, danger") is much scarier and more powerful. It, and its fellow machines have more sophistication and potential than the humans.
This was on my mind when I watched this YouTube clip on modern music and the formulaic way it is being created.
THE TRUTH WHY MODERN MUSIC IS SO AWFUL
Now this is his opinion only but the guy's essay is pretty good and it's worth listening to.
It kind of reminds me of the differences between Richard's and Robert's approaches to creating music.
Richard uses learning and experience and Robert uses programmes.
Maybe this is why Richard has more 'Timbre'.
He certainly has more pine trees up behind his house.
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