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Brian Eno Multimedia Presentation

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Evan Komora

on 14 October 2015

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Brian Eno Multimedia Presentation
Brian Eno Today
Eno's Work area
apple/logic based
"muscle skill" device
few relics
Oct 2011 Interview
Dobbie Interview 1998
In Conversation, Artscape 2009
Apps and Albums
One on One
"Funnily enough," Eno says, "when I was doing interviews 25 years ago the first question people asked me was why I had stopped doing vocal albums. Now people ask me why I have stopped doing nonvocal albums! -http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct05/articles/brianeno.htm
"One of the reasons I stopped making vocal records was because I was fed up with the identification that's always made between the voice on the record and the composer" -http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct05/articles/brianeno.htm
"It's Gonna Rain was one of the most important pieces of music in my life," Eno comments, "and the whole idea of generative really came out of that." -http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct05/articles/brianeno.htm
"I figure that the listener requires about half of what you think you require when you're the creator," says Brian Eno. "I've come to realise that I can trust listeners -- they don't need to be constantly woken up." -http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct05/articles/brianeno.htm
"Nearly everything I do starts as an experiment anyway, and the vast majority of things never make it on record. They're failures because they're not interesting pieces of music, but they teach me something." -http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct05/articles/brianeno.htm
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