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Pushing peoples music buttons

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Bruce Bonacci | ‎11-22-2013 04:32 AM

This commercial made me laugh.  Some guy says "the younger generation just pushes buttons" and then they show this "Clams Casino" guy doing exactly that.  What's the point supposed to be?

Pushing buttons and picking pre-recorded "beats" does not a musician make!  Learn how to play an instrument and write music.

| ‎11-22-2013 01:32 PM

The great thing about art is the diversity. One person's music is another's noise. 

 

Clearly to him "pushing buttons" is his instrument.

Kravu pārvadājumi | ‎12-05-2013 11:57 AM

Well thats just how it is these days. And thats the future of music making.

Nice PC/tablet by the way. Havent seen HP devices for a while now.

| ‎12-09-2013 01:35 PM

Yes, that is probably what the instrumentalists said the first time they saw an organ. "Hey, he is just pushing buttons."

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