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Creation Date: 02-13-2011 09:18 AM
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In Music Formal Music Training Vs. Autodidacticism Entry Tools
  #1 New 02-18-2011 05:25 AM
Which do you think has brought forth more valued pieces of music?
The musician that comes out of berklee college/Juliard?
Or the musician that works the day job and just loves to do it even though he may not be as technically savvy as the formally educated musician?

This is not Genre Specific and I'm just wondering what everyone's thoughts on this were. Give the Pros and Cons of each or certain acts that walk the tight rope between the two.

Thank you

- J.B. -
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#4 04-25-2012 09:14 AM
remixdj Says:
the question of value is personal - some will argue one way, and others the other depending on their personal music values. Those who have trained hard in academic circles will be less inclined to value the compositions of a bedroom rocker. I have a website dedicated to the reconciliation between this unhelpful binary, take a gander at my suite of clair de lune remixes - i replay the original and then abstract it into contemporary madness..
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#2 09-09-2011 09:47 PM
Lola Belle Says:
Personally I have taught myself a lot. i guess i am rebel in that regard. i feel that it makes it all more worth it when you taught yourself and achieved greatness.
#1 07-14-2011 08:45 AM
Roll It Up B Says:
It doesn't matter where the person comes from; it's all about there mind set. As long as they have pushing forward and getting themselves out there, then thats all that matters you know what i mean. Both are working hard to make their dreams pursue!

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