John Allison nails it;
In art, you can always go back, but it’s best to press on. Endless revision is the domain of the insecure.
And on that note, I’m going to be talking about music in April at the first Ignite Music;
We want to dig into why music matters, how it works, how the business operates, where it’s going, etc. This is music geek territory, from the orchestra to the pop ensemble, from the corporation to the bedroom studio, from shellac to the cloud, from the stadium to the saturday morning music centre. We’re looking for insight into why we become obsessed with it, and why we might go nuts if it wasn’t around.
The format of Ignite Music will be 12 talks in a pub of an evening, with plenty of time to gab about what’s just been said. For added interest – and because the Horse and Groom doesn’t have a music licence – the speakers won’t be allowed the luxury of playing music during their talk.