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Posted by Alfonso on July 11, 2000 at 13:26:44:

In Reply to: Now THIS is what I call a good discussion!! Jump on! posted by El Pájaro on July 11, 2000 at 10:37:53:

Well, seems that we are stuck in one of the most important question: Doesn't matter how many notes you make in a second or how many harmony you know; I think that everybody is agree with me that it's very important the feeling that you give to your grooves (maybe you don't know what you're doing, but you're doing it and it rocks!!).
I have to say that I'm agree with both, El Pájaro and Glen. It's true that El Pájaro says that no machine sounds like a human (and when they do please shoot me...) so you can use it to develop your timing (and I'm sure that it is funiest than practicing with a metronome) but I think that it's more creative playing with a metronome because you have to force yourself to "sound" with more "weight"...
I think that I will stay in the middle (sorry, dudes; the things are still tied but one more has arrived the match!!;o)) and I hope that more of us join this post
Well, no matter if with a metronome or a drum machine...Enjoy life as it was your music!!!;o)

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