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    Question for Thomas J...

    Hey Thomas,
    You wrote me back in a reply to a post about your demos and mentioned something about in your composition process \"circles, squares, and triangles.\" Can you elaborate more on what that means? It sounds interesting.
    Damon

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    Damon, I\'d be happy to elaborate on that. I could give you some scans from the lection he was giving. Would anyone else be interested? I can scan them tomorrow and have them up on my site.

    Thomas

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    Count me in too. I\'m always ready to learn new things from anyone.

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    That would be fantastic Thomas! Thanks
    Damon

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    of course we\'re interested :P

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    Really...I am an Idiot

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    me too!!!!

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    I think I might be familiar with this technique, though I have yet to apply it myself. Beethoven used to sketch similiarly for many of his works, and I thought it was pretty fascinating stuff. I\'m really interested in seeing how you use it, Thomas, cuz for some reason I haven\'t completley wrapped my brain around it just yet, and would like to.

    Thanks
    -Mike-

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    I scanned these 8 pages, selected from a larger compilation of Jack Smalley\'s guidelines. The first page explains his process of getting started.
    http://home.online.no/~finjaco/smalley/

    Thomas

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    Thanks for doing that Thomas. Page 6 is very interesting. I wish I were in music school!

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    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Thomas_J:
    I scanned these 8 pages, selected from a larger compilation of Jack Smalley\'s guidelines. The first page explains his process of getting started.
    http://home.online.no/~finjaco/smalley/

    Thomas
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Where are the guidelines from, Thomas? They look quite interesting.

    Aaron



    [This message has been edited by Aaron Symonds (edited 10-04-2001).]

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