I’ve studied more than 10 years of classical piano and what I’ve learn is that of course musical theory is a good thing to know, and learning classical piano gave me good technique and remove most technical limitations, but that has nothing to do with creativity.
I know several berklee teachers here in Argentina that play their instruments like angels, but the music they create are at most…cold and soulless music, on the other side I also know guys with no training at all, without technique but they create beautiful music, full of life and emotion, with very few notes or chords…
So for me, it’s great that you learn new things, but that by itself will not make you a better composer.
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The e-mail prompt-to-rate it’s also active ?
Yes, Radiohead. My all-time favourite band. That’s the only band I’ve ever properly binged on. It’s easy to do because most of their albums are very different from each other; so once I’m sick of one, I can just move onto a different one
+1 Radiohead is my favourite band ever too, I can listen to them for ever.
A must see, amazing performance.