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Re: macbook air and fcpx- the new portable edit suite

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Craig SeemanRe: macbook air and fcpx- the new portable edit suite
by on Sep 29, 2011 at 8:30:38 pm

I noted in another response to Timothy, intonation has changed over the last few hundred years and certainly there are musical instruments and systems of composition that require different notation.

Conventions themselves have changed and it is true that some are niche but some are major. Intonation has changed and the same note on a sheet of paper in 1500 may not actually be the same tuning today.

Both Brian Eno and Philip Glass get work scoring film/video.
One can only imagine what the score of Forbidden Planet looked like (by Louis & Bebe Barron).

The real question is that can different methods of tuning and notation and sound creation tell a story conventionally understood (lets not talk about non conventions).

FCPX may start a new convention or just be a niche (only time will tell) but can you use it to tell the story you want to tell and can people viewing that story understand it? I'd say yes.



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