Music isn't a science, it's an art. At least it was before teh innertoobz got hold of it.I love all of the scientific evidence he presents. Very convincing. [rolleyes]
Right.Music isn't a science, it's an art. At least it was before teh innertoobz got hold of it.
I joke, but traditionally, musical knowledge works on the master/apprentice model. You believe cats who have been around because they have been around. Indeed, as long as such a cat is your teacher, you might never come to question hi/r knowledge at all.
This is why these finish debates seem to continue endlessly in the face of the facts.
I bet his horns don't sound too good. Correct me if I am wrong.Right.
If these teachers did any research at all, they would find that Adolphe Sax was very meticulous with the patented invention of the saxophone. It is a machine which took a great deal of science to invent.
Science was & is part of our musical world.
Oh well, I guess we are the lucky ones b/c we know better. :mrgreen:
Did you ever switch necks? Are the resonators the same ? Any dents anywhere? Same year serial number?No scientific evidence here!
However, I have two essentially identical old Conn saxes, one gold plated and the other silver plated, both in fine condition. The silver one is definitely a brighter sounding instrument than the darker sounding gold plated instrument. The silver one is my preference.