How important is the scientific aspect of your work?

How important is the scientific aspect of your work?

Charles Dodge Charles Dodge
“Notwithstanding my interest in all of this, my goal has always been to create pieces of music that people would relate to.”
James Goode James Goode
“…the concert can be thought of as a scientific experiment, in which the respective behaviors of the “subjects” (musicians) are being evaluated in response to various stimuli…”
Zach Layton Zach Layton
“I could not honestly say that I’m approaching this as though working in a research lab with trained experts…Sometimes the errors can produce some extremely musical results.”
Maggi Payne Maggi Payne
“Although it is not essential for the listeners/viewers to be familiar with scientific or technological principles in these pieces, I do hope that experiencing these works will spark their interest in these phenomena.”
David Rosenboom David Rosenboom
“The difference lies in the scientists’ focus on experimental verification of purported facts…and the musicians’ license to invent whole worlds of potential reality…”

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