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Number 2.

Friday, 18 January 2008

This will be...

This will be interesting. This weblog will be a constant reminder of my steady stream of conciousness regarding music, with a hint of science too. I hate the concept of being random, especially online. It's a known fact that nothing online is "random". It's easy to press backspace to delete anything you're not happy with, or didn't realise you would come out with, so when people say they're being random online, I don't buy it. I personally love my backspace button. Saves me making an arse of myself. The name "geeksandbeats" refers to my love of electronic music. Some people that dance to electro may be pill-popping, wayward, mental media students, but the people who make it certainly are not. Seeing a programme like FL Studio or Cubase being used is really quite humbling. I've had FL for a year and a half now and I still don't know what the hell is going on. So I have a lot of respect for people that do, and a lot more for people that do, quickly.

I'll get round to it sometime. There's too many things going round not to be noted down in notes.


This blog won't be constant. If I tried to write in this everyday, it'll turn to sludge. Expect no banalities, quips about "funny things that happened at work today", updates on "that bloke I met the other night", feedback on "last night's episode of Eastenders". That sort of thing makes me want to pin my eyelids shut. Just think: [20 year old female pharmacology student, south england, music obsessive, been to more gigs than lectures, still battling with the electric guitar - what goes on in her head?]


Now you'll find out.

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