Tuesday, September 26, 2017
"once electronic instruments suggested an exciting, uncharted future"
"The future of 2017: a cheaper, smaller, unified version of yesterday. The D-50 was awesome and still is, but if re-releasing a D-50 and adding a generic step sequencer represents the vision of contemporary electronic music creation, something very essential got lost on the way. Once electronic instruments suggested an exciting, uncharted future. Now they represent a longing for a nostalgic past that did never exist" - Robert Henke, recently
paging people who working with electronic music-making hardware / software - is this remark, made by one who seems like he ought to know what he's talking about, true in your experience?